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Pharmacists: Residing and practising in a foreign land (Part I of III)
 

Pharmacists: Residing and practising in a foreign land (Part I of III)

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In the 2015 annual report from the Singapore Pharmacy Council (SPC), there were 2757 pharmacists on the registry. Of the total number of pharmacists registered with the SPC, 199 (7.2%) were reported to be residing overseas. This is a slight decrease of 2.5% as compared to 204 in 2014. In this three-part-series, part I will give an overview of the immigration of pharmacists, and examine the pros and cons of practising as a pharmacist in a foreign land.
 
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2 Jan 2017 - General
 
Mahmoud AbdelAziz
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Residing in other countries than your home cou...
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Regulations and laws differ greatly from country to another. A pharmacist can have extra authorization or less than their homeland. Not only pharmacists but also other healthcare professionals are highly likely to work overseas for some time during t...
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In the annual report in 2015 from Singapore Pharmacy Council (SPC), there were 2757 pharmacists on the registry. Of the total number of pharmacists registered with the SPC, 199 (7.2%) were reported to be residing overseas. This is a slight decrease o...
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