Australia is at a crossroads. Its long history of relying on overseas trained medical practitioners and the last decade's changes, in terms of the introduction of policies to recruit large numbers of temporary doctors, both require examination. Not only is Australia alone in its overt policy initiatives but it also fails to be aware of the consequences for some sending countries. Australia has not entered into the spirit of international attempts to ameliorate the potential effects of...[Show more]
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