The Overseas Doctors Training Scheme was established by the Royal College of Psychiatrists in August 1989. Feedback from trainees placed in post has indicated that their early experience in the UK could have been eased had they been able to attend an induction course which addressed their specific needs. In response to this the Overseas Liaison Committee decided to hold their first induction course on 27 and 28 January 1992 for all the sponsored trainees commencing in post in February. Fourteen doctors attended this course which consisted of a series of short seminars on a variety of subjects together with a talk from trainees already in post and an evening reception.
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