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Training and employment in New Zealand

  • Steve Kisely (a1)
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This article is one of a series dealing with training and employment in countries overseas, previous articles have covered Australia (Kisely, 1993) and Canada (Kisely & Jones, 1996). This paper updates an earlier report on New Zealand which was published five years ago (Timney, 1991). In particular it highlights important recent changes to registration procedures which will affect doctors wishing to go to New Zealand, for either temporary work experience or permanent settlement.

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