Medicine abroad: a guide for foreign medics.

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In this book, I share everything I have learned about being a foreign medic over the last 10 years of training and then practicing as a GP in the UK. 

I have also tried to cover areas such as the medical exams, medical regulations, taxes, family life as a medic and so many other topics.

Stories from other foreign medics who are practicing successfully are also shared in the book.

It helps you the reader understand that no matter where you started from, you can attain heights you could only have imagined.

You just need some guidance…..a friendly hand to hold as you navigate the treacherous waters of medical regulations and an increasingly litigious society.

Watch the video below to understand more why I wrote this book

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So what is in the book? Take a look at the table of contents: 

PART ONE: SUCCESS BEGINS WITH PREPARATION.

1:          The dream of practicing abroad.

2:         How to avoid falling foul of the regulator.

3:         Clinical attachment.

4:         I am a foreign doctor: HELP!

5:         Getting the ‘mighty’ references.

6:         Immigration issues.

7:         Tax and money matters.

8:         Health, family and religion.

9:         Social media and extracurricular activities.

10:        Planning for your retirement.

11:        Supporting other migrants.

PART TWO: STRAIGHT FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH.

12:       Medicine in the US.

13:        Medicine in the UK.

14:        Achieving economic independence.

15:        Home away from home.

SAMPLE OR BUY THE BOOK IN PRINT OR EBOOK FORMATS BY CLICKING ON THE LINKS BELOW:

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Want some  more tips and information? Contact me here and I will be in touch!!!

 I wish you every success in your medical career 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Medicine abroad: a guide for foreign medics.

  1. JetMum says:

    Congratulations Dr Ada! This is a bold and noble step in providing the pathway for others in the medical space. Great job!!

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