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Gays and Lesbians can Obtain asylum in US on Grounds of Harassment and Abuse

... in Washington and elsewhere. One reason is that applicants face multiple burdens of proof. They must demonstrate that they were abused or harassed by authorities, not merely by angry relatives or drunken hooligans, or that the authorities failed to protect them. They must also prove that they were abused bec...

Character Test for Australian Visa Subjective

...iculars for character assessment" (Form 80), which applicants for permanent and temporary protection visas must complete, singles out people of Arabic descent. It also asks questions about the applicant's brothers and sisters - previously it was only parents and spouse - and about involvement in people smuggl...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

...doctors if there were suitable British or European applicants for positions. The Lancet says: "Such a situation is shameful since the NHS has long relied on overseas doctors to fill workforce gaps." The most recent figures show that over a third (almost 128,000) of the 277,000 doctors on the UK's register...

US Dentists Help Victims of Domestic Violence Smile Again

...tists who volunteer their services. To date, 500 applicants have been treated in the United States. They are carefully screened and a counselor or social worker must confirm that the injuries were caused by domestic violence. That's sometimes done through checking police reports or restraining orders. Many ha...

Childrens Health Program Covering More Adults Than Children

...billion, reduce bureaucracy for immigrant children applicants and give incentives to states to reach out to uninsured. With these measures it can close the gap of the three million eligible children who remain uninsured. National Association of Children's Hospitals supports reauthorization and increased fundi...

Junior Doctors Facing More Misery Because of Contract Deadlock: BMA

...ption than a non-training post, with two thirds of applicants (66.4%) saying they would not consider, or would be unlikely to consider, a staff grade job. And the BMA is concerned that ongoing delays to an improved contract for staff grade and associate specialist (SAS) doctors will make the posts even less a...

Refugees No Burden On Health System

... The health screening process undergone by refugee applicants may be filtering out those with poor health, Dr Correa-Velez said. 'There is, however, increasing evidence of poorer health status and high prevalence of a range of health problems among recently arrived refugees in Australia,' he said. 'One way ...

Junior Doctors Facing More Misery Because of Contract Deadlock: BMA

...ption than a non-training post, with two thirds of applicants (66.4%) saying they would not consider, or would be unlikely to consider, a staff grade job. And the BMA is concerned that ongoing delays to an improved contract for staff grade and associate specialist (SAS) doctors will make the posts even less a...

Kidney Trade: Curbing the Sale

...history. Great care is being taken to screen the applicants for kidney donation. This has rendered the middl...ease in the number of live, unrelated kidney donor applicants in the past two months from 20 a week, before 2007 Jan, to 4-5 a week, now. There is a drop in appli...

HIV Experts Criticize Australian PM's Suggestion for Ban on Entry of HIV-infected

...ctive immigrants were given, and most HIV-positive applicants were rejected on the grounds that they could pose an unfair burden on the public health system. 'It's very tight already,' Baxter said. Dr. Chris Lemoh, an infectious disease specialist who is working on a doctorate on the spread of AIDS among Afr...

HIV Experts Criticize Australian PM's Suggestion for Ban on Entry of HIV-infected

...ctive immigrants were given, and most HIV-positive applicants were rejected on the grounds that they could pose an unfair burden on the public health system. "It's very tight already," Baxter said. Dr. Chris Lemoh, an infectious disease specialist who is working on a doctorate on the spread of AIDS among Afri...

Australian Prime Minister Wants to Ban Entry of HIV-infected

... been noted. Even otherwise, all permanent visa applicants aged above 15 are currently screened for HIV and then decisions are taken on a case-by-case basis. The Immigration department takes into account the impact on public health consequent on the entry of people with ailments. Even diabetics are denied ...

Health Secretary Apologizes For Failed Online Recruitment System

...rded, not asking pertinent questions, not allowing applicants to set out relevant qualifications and experience,...andidates. Medics fear this could mean experienced applicants could fail to secure a post. Says Dr. Jo Hilborne, chairman of the BMA junior doctors’ committee: “...

NRI Doctors Relocate to India

...althcare, notes that as many as 20 per cent of the applicants for a recent vacancy were from outside the country. In the last three months, a senior NRI dentist, a plastic surgeon and a cardio-vascular surgeon have joined the hospital. The Hospital Doctor magazine, published in the UK, says a number of young...

Indian Doctors File Appeal Against British Court Ruling

...al was heard by the court. There are nearly 30,000 applicants for 22,000 jobs. After the BAPIO campaign, health authorities stated that "doctors with limited leave to enter/remain in the UK in immigration categories that allow them to work will be considered for shortlisting in Round 1 if their leave is current...

Indian Doctors Return Home from Britain, More on the Way

...n various specialities - and of them 10,000-12,000 applicants are said to be Indians. Short-listing of candidate...al community are working to ensure that the Indian applicants in the current round are not adversely affected in the recruitment process by the February 9 ruling ...

Osteopathic Medical Education Will Help With Shortages

...sors, osteopathic medical students, medical school applicants and prospective applicants through its application services and research, communications and member services, government relati...

Doctors to Be Exempted from Written Tests for Recruitment

...ould advertise for the posts and directly call the applicants for interviews. The interviews would be held at the division level. The exemption from written examinations would be applicable only for doctors appointed on contract. The government had earlier appointed nearly 2,000 allopathic doctors on a sim...

Drop Patent Petition, Activists Ask Novartis

...tries. It will set a wrong precedent for frivolous applicants to get patent by just tinkering molecules. Innovations of drugs will become difficult," Karunakara said. "General public cannot afford the second line drugs as their cost will increase between seven to 30 times," he added. Michel Lotrowski, a Br...

The Pill Comes Under the Spotlight

..., extended dosing regimens, phase 4 commitments by applicants for further investigation, generally of uncommon but serious safety issues and role and impact of labeling for communication of clinical trial findings including product efficacy, risk, and other benefits. FDA officials hope to use this information...

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