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Medicine 報考醫科

要踏上從醫之路,入讀醫學院是第一步,完成六年大學課程後,醫學生還要一年實習,才可正式執業,若要成為專科醫生,更要額外至少再花六年時間。

醫生職責?

醫生工作包括為病人檢查及診斷、處方藥物、進行療程或手術等,同時亦會負責醫護行政工作,如推廣公共衛生等。

醫生的類別繁多,可按服務機構分為私家醫生、醫院管理局醫生及衛生署醫生等。

以下是醫生的主要工作:診症、治療和照顧病人,如替病人作健康檢查舒緩或解除病人生理及心理上的痛苦向病人及其家屬解釋及說明病情為病人私隱保密

有志讀醫的中學生要多探索醫生行業實況,而非憑空想像,「不要以為看過美劇《仁心仁術》(ER)、《醫人當自強》(Grey’s Anatomy),就以為自己了解醫生工作。」

中學生要親身走進前線環境,如到醫院、老人院做義工,才可知道醫生的真正工作和使命。

現時香港只有兩所大學設有醫學院,分別是香港大學及香港中文大學。要成為醫生,就必須修讀內外全科醫學士(Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery),香港大學的學位名稱是MBBS,香港中文大學的卻是MBChB,其實兩者都源於拉丁文Medicinae Baccalaureus et Baccalaureus Chirurgiae,只是簡稱不同而已。

按近年的收生數據顯示,文憑試考生須考獲最佳七科合共41分才能獲得MBChB的面試機會,而MBChB-GPS更專門招攬精英中的精英,報讀者至少要考獲最佳七科合共46分的佳績,而其中四科必須為5**等級。由於高門檻的入學要求,近年來,越來越多學生,選擇到外國就讀醫學院。

公立醫院醫生的薪酬?

是根據公務員總薪級表計算,以醫生為例,起薪點為總薪級表的第32點,有$70,465,每年跳升一級,至總薪級表的第46點,有$121,790月薪。升上高級醫生後,就從總薪級表第45點至49點,月薪為$117,580至$135,370。至於升到首席醫生,月薪會以首長級薪級表第1點計起,每月有$150,950,直至榮升顧問醫生後,就由首長級薪級表第2點計起,月薪有$179,350至$236,650。

醫科排名

在香港開設同類學科的大學及入學條件

University of Hong Kong 香港大學

JUPAS Code: JS36456
Programme Name: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Study Duration: 6 years
Entry Requirement: 2020 Average Best 6 DSE Score: 45
English Requirement: DSE Level 3
Additional Requirement Applicants with good results in science subjects (Biology and/or Physics) are preferred.
Tuition Fee: $HKD 42,100
Website: http://www.med.hku.hk/en/teaching-and-learning/undergraduate-studies/programmes/mbbs

Chinese university of hong Kong 香港中文大學

JUPAS Code:

JS4501

 
Programme Name: Medicine (MBChB)
Study Duration: 6 Years
Entry Requirement: 2020 DSE 4C +2X 36
English Requirement: DSE Level 4 is preferred
Additional Requirement: Interview
Tuition Fee: HKD $42,100
Website: Here

課程大綱參考

Years 1 and 2: Biomedical Sciences Curriculum

The Biomedical Sciences Curriculum will include the following clusters: 

  • Introduction to Health Sciences
    to strengthen your foundation in basic and health sciences.
  • Professionalism and Clinical Skills
    to gain an overview of the processes of diseases and an introduction to the therapeutic strategies for modulating disease processes.
  • Precision Medicine
    to explore the exciting innovations in treating disease at the frontiers of genetics and genomics, artificial intelligence, robotics and others.
  • Medical Humanities, Ethics and Law
    to learn about the ethical and legal implications of modern medical care, medical humanities and professionalism.
  • Medicine and Society
    to learn about caring for the patient as an individual, and as a member of a family and a community.

Introduction to the Art and Science of Medicine (13 weeks)

Most people think of medicine as a science, when it should be more correctly understood as an art based on science, where care is delivered in an evidence-based and compassionate manner. This module under the Biomedical Sciences Curriculum will familiarize you with the methods and philosophy of modern medical practice. It will be one of the first things you study at HKUMed and is organized under the following modules:

  • Molecules of Medicine
  • Cells, Tissues & Systems
  • Infections and Host Defence
  • Drugs in Action

System-Based Blocks (47 weeks)

The complexity of human health is reflected in our system-based blocks, where you will acquire an understanding about the workings of the human body during the second semester of Year 1 and the entire Year 2. The six system-based blocks cover: Cardiopulmonary and Renal Systems; Gastrointestinal System; Musculoskeletal System; Head, Neck and Nervous System; Haematology and Immunology System; and Endocrine and Reproductive Systems.

 
Year 3: Enrichment Year

The Enrichment Year (EY) is a compulsory credit-bearing component, which gives each MBBS III student the means to take charge of their learning and tailor activities to their interests and desires.

EY is specially designed to facilitate the enhancement of students’ total learning experience. Students are able to formulate their EY through three different categories: Service/Humanitarian Work, Research Attachment and Intercalation.

Students may take part in a humanitarian relief mission at remote locations, experience medical camps in under-developed countries, or work locally with NGOs via Service/Humanitarian Work. For those with investigative minds, research internship locally in HKU or internationally at world class laboratories fit perfectly with Research Attachment. Through Intercalation, students are able to enjoy electives or minors at HKU or full-year articulation studies at overseas renowned universities.

Our Enrichment Year is aligned with HKU’s overall goal to promote internationalisation, innovation and interdisciplinarity.

Years 4-6: The Clinical Years

This is when you will enter the real-life world of clinical practice and get full exposure to how doctors work on a day-to-day basis. You will spend time in hospitals, working alongside doctors and nurses as they treat patients while equipping you with the necessary hands-on skills and an in-depth understanding of clinical medicine before you join ranks as a future health professional.

The clinical years have three components: the Clinical Foundation Block, the Clinical Clerkships, and at the end, an Elective.

Clinical Foundation Block 

The 10-week Clinical Foundation Block happens at the beginning of your 4th year. It serves two purposes. One is to enable you to review, integrate and consolidate the knowledge you acquired during the system-based blocks; the other is to prepare you for the clinical clerkships. During this block, you will study clinical cases that reflect some of the most significant health care problems in Hong Kong. You will also be developing clinical and interpersonal skills that are essential for a rewarding learning experience in the subsequent MBBS years.

Clinical Clerkships

This is the largest and also the most exciting chunk of learning you will undertake, running mid-Year 4 to Year 6. During this time, you will be directly involved in the day-to-day patient care such as diagnosis, investigation and treatment, and have the opportunity to apply the knowledge and interpersonal skills when interacting with patients and their families.

The Clinical Clerkships span over three phases: Junior Clerkship (27 weeks), Senior Clerkship (24 weeks) and Specialty Clerkship (49 weeks). Your rotations will be in hospitals as well as clinics offering ambulatory care and community-based primary care. The clerkships will include the following rotations: Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Microbiology, Pathology, Public Health, Family Medicine and Primary Care, Accident and Emergency Medicine, Anaesthesiology, Clinical Oncology, Diagnostic Radiology, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry, Geriatrics, Rehabilitation and Palliative Care – all established specialties unique and fascinating in their own right!

MBBS Elective

After the Final Examination in Year 6, you will have a four-week block when you can explore an area of medicine that interests you either through clinical attachment or laboratory/clinical research.

*資料來源香港大學

開設同類學科的海外大學及入學條件

University of BRISTOL

Programme Name: MB ChB Medicine
Study Duration: 5 Years
DSE Entry Requirement: DSE 5, 5, 5/ IB 36 points overall with 18 at Higher Level, including 6, 6 at Higher Level in Chemistry and one of Biology, Physics or Mathematics
English Requirement: 7.5 overall with 7.0 in all skills
Additional Requirement: Students are required to be 18 years of age (or above) by 1 October, Interview, UCAT,
Tuition Fee: £35,000 per year
Basic Info Link
Website Here

keele university

Programme Name Medicine – MBChB
Study Duration 5 Years
Entry Requirement HKDSE – 555 is required with Chemistry, Biology, Physics and/or Maths.
English Requirement (IELTS, academic) with a minimum score of 7.0 in each component
Additional Requirement Interview, BMAT, Health Screening
Tuition Fee £37,000
Basic Info Link
Website https://www.keele.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/undergraduatecourses/medicine/

UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

Programme Name: Bachelor of Medical Studies/Doctor of Medicine (MD)
CRICOS Code: 077423G
Study Duration: 6 Years
Entry Requirement: HKDSE Best 6: 27/ IB  38
English Requirement: 7.0 overall (min 6.0 in each subtest)
Additional Requirement: Interview, ISAT
Tuition Fee: AUD $76,080 (2021)
Basic Info:

Link

Website: https://degrees.unsw.edu.au/medicine/

flinders university

Programme Name Bachelor of Clinical Sciences, Doctor of Medicine
CRICOS Code 080922F
Study Duration 6 Years
Entry Requirement Here
English Requirement IELTS overall 7; reading 7; writing 7; speaking 7; listening 7.
Additional Requirement Interview
Tuition Fee Au $ $42,000
Basic Info Link
Website https://www.flinders.edu.au/study/courses/bachelor-clinical-sciences-doctor-medicine

University of Toronto

Programme Name: MD
Study Duration: 4 Years
Entry Requirement: Average GPA: 3.96
English Requirement: IELTS a minimum overall score of 7.5 with a minimum score of 7.0 in each component of the Academic Test (not General Test)
Additional Requirement: Interview, Average MCAT: minimum of 125 in each section
Tuition Fee: CA $91,760
Basic Info: Link
Website: Here

McMaster University

Programme Name MD
Study Duration 4 Years
Entry Requirement Here
English Requirement 86 on the iBT with a minimum score of 20 in each of the four components; or the equivalent on other recognized tests; or
Additional Requirement Interview, All applicants to the MD Program are required to write the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) prior to, and within five years 
Tuition Fee CAD $17,682.02 per term
Basic Info Link
Website

https://mdprogram.mcmaster.ca/md-program/about-us

The UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND

Programme Name: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of SurgeryMBChB
Study Duration: 6 Years
Entry Requirement:

First year applicants need to complete the eight required courses (listed below) in the first year of either the Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) or the Bachelor of Science (BSc) Biomedical Science at the University of Auckland. This needs to be completed on a full time basis and in the year of application for MBChB. Only the first attempt for these courses will be considered for MBChB admission in the First Year category.

English Requirement: 6.0 in academic module (with no individual band below 5.5)
Additional Requirement:

You will need to achieve a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 6.0 across all eight first year courses

Students undertaking First-Year courses were required to sit the Clinical Selection Test (CST)

Tuition Fee: NZ$77,328*
Basic Info: Link
Website: https://studyoverseasinfoBachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of SurgeryMBChB.com/university/university-of-toronto/

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO

Programme Name Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB)
Study Duration 6 Years
Entry Requirement Pass all the papers prescribed for HSFY at first attempt, with a minimum of 70% in each paper.
English Requirement IELTS (Academic) 7.0 overall with all bands 6.5 or higher
Additional Requirement

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB) degree is commonly referred to as the ‘medical degree’. School leavers enrol at Otago for the common Health Sciences First Year course and then apply for admission to second year medicine. UCAT

Tuition Fee NA
Basic Info Link
Website https://www.otago.ac.nz/courses/qualifications/mbchb.html

*資料來源The University of Bristol, Keele University

課程大綱參考

University of Bristol

Year 1
Unit name Unit code Credit points Status Teaching Block
Year 1 MB ChB MEDI10007 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Foundations of Medicine MEDI10008 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 1 – Musculoskeletal MEDI10009 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 2 – Cardiovascular MEDI10010 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 3 – Respiratory MEDI10011 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 4 – Gastrointestinal MEDI10012 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 5 – Urinary MEDI10014 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 6 – Nervous System & Psychology MEDI10013 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Systems Case 7 – Endocrine MEDI10015 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Year 2
Unit name Unit code Credit points Status Teaching Block
Year 2 MB ChB BRMS20001 0 Mandatory AYEAR
Student Choice Project 1 BRMS20003 0 Mandatory AYEAR
  BRMS20016 0 Mandatory  
Effective Consulting Clerkship BRMS20002 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 1 – Skin and Integument BRMS20004 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 2 – Body Defence BRMS20005 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 3 – Introduction to Pharmacology and Therapeutics BRMS20006 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 4 – Anaemia, Blood and Clotting BRMS20007 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 5 – Low Mood BRMS20008 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 6 – Chest Pain BRMS20009 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 7 – Breathlessness BRMS20010 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 8 – Abdominal Pain BRMS20011 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 9 – Joint (including Back) Pain BRMS20015 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 10 – Urinary Symptoms, Thirst and Weight Loss BRMS20012 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 11 – Headache BRMS20013 0 Mandatory AYEAR
CBL case 12 – Collapse BRMS20014 0 Mandatory AYEAR

University of New South Wales

Stage 1
 
Stage 1 Core Courses
96 Units of Credit:
 
Students must take 96 UOC of the following courses.

MFAC1501
12 UOC
Foundations
MFAC1511
Phase 1 Portfolio Examination
MFAC1512
Phase 1 End-of-Phase Examination
MFAC1513
Phase 1 Clinical and Communications Skills Examination
MFAC1521
12 UOC
Beginnings, Growth and Development A
MFAC1522
12 UOC
Beginnings, Growth and Development B
MFAC1523
12 UOC
Health Maintenance A
MFAC1524
12 UOC
Health Maintenance B
MFAC1525
12 UOC
Ageing and Endings A
MFAC1526
12 UOC
Ageing and Endings B
MFAC1527
12 UOC
Society and Health

 

Stage 2
Stage 2 Core Courses
84 Units of Credit:
 
Students must take 84 UOC of the following courses.
Note: MFAC4888 (10 UOC) is a multi-term course run over 3-terms for a total UOC of 30.

MFAC2507
6 UOC
Clinical Transition
MFAC2511
 
Phase 2 Portfolio Examination
MFAC2512
Phase 2 Integrated Clinical Assessment
MFAC2514
16 UOC
Integrated Clinical Studies 1
MFAC2515
16 UOC
Integrated Clinical Studies 2
MFAC2516
16 UOC
Integrated Clinical Studies 3
MFAC4888
10 UOC
Independent Learning Project
Stage 3
Stage 3 Core Courses
96 Units of Credit:
 
Students must complete 96 UOC of Stage 3 core courses.
Note: Students who are enrolled concurrently in the Bachelor of Medicine and the Bachelor of Arts programs must complete the Bachelor of Arts program requirements prior to commencing Stage 3 of the Medicine program. Upon rejoining the Medicine program, they will undertake a short clinical skills refresher course.

 
MFAC3501
10 UOC
Medicine
MFAC3502
10 UOC
Surgery
MFAC3503
10 UOC
Psychiatry
MFAC3504
10 UOC
Primary Care
MFAC3505
10 UOC
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
MFAC3506
10 UOC
Children’s Health (Paediatrics)
MFAC3508
10 UOC
Emergency / Selective
MFAC3509
10 UOC
Selective
MFAC3512
 
Phase 3 Biomedical Sciences Viva
MFAC3514
8 UOC
Elective
MFAC3515
8 UOC
Preparation for Internship (PRINT)
MFAC3522
 
Phase 3 Portfolio Examination
MFAC3523
 
Phase 3 Integrated Clinical Examination

*資料來源The University of Bristol, The University of New South Wales, Sydney

畢業後如何註冊

註冊要求

正式註冊(普通科醫生名冊第I部)

根據《醫生註冊條例》第8條及第14條,任何人如符合以下條件,可申請成為香港正式註冊醫生:

(a)
獲香港大學或香港中文大學醫學院頒授內科及外科學位,並根據《醫生註冊條例》第9條,在認可的醫院以駐院醫務人員身分受僱不少於12個月而取得經驗證明書;或

 

(b)
執業資格試 合格,並根據《醫生註冊條例》第10A條,在認可的醫院完成醫務委員會所訂定的評核期。

如醫務委員會經適當的研訊後信納申請人:

(a)
曾在香港或其他地方被裁定犯任何可判處監禁的罪行;

 

(b)
犯了專業方面的失當行為;或

 

(c)
不具良好品格,

則可命令不將該申請人的姓名列入普通科醫生名冊內。

居於香港以外地方的醫生

任何居於香港以外地方的註冊醫生如已停止在香港從事內科、外科或助產科執業,則可申請將其姓名從普通科醫生名冊的第I部所指明的本地名單轉移至非本地名單。如他返回香港並恢復執業,則他須申請將其姓名從非本地名單轉移至本地名單。

Source: 香港醫務委員會

Provisional registration

Provisional registration with a licence to practise allows doctors to work in approved UK Foundation Year 1 post. It cannot be used for any other purpose.

Our guide to provisional registration

Full registration

Doctors need full registration with a licence to practise to work in unsupervised medical practice or in an approved Foundation Year 2 programme.

What is full registration? 

Specialist registration

Most doctors taking up consultant posts in a medical or surgical specialty in any of the UK health services (other than as locum consultants) should hold full with specialist registration and a licence to practice.

The specialist register

GP registration

Since 1 April 2006, all doctors working as a GP in the UK health service must be on the GP Register, other than doctors in training, such as GP registrars. This requirement extends to locums. They also need to be on a GP performers’ list. Our General practice in the UK page explains more about processes GPs need to follow before they can work in the UK.

The GP register

Source: General Medical Council

The Medical Council of Canada (MCC) plays an important role in the assessment of physicians in Canada. The MCC does not, however, confer licences to physicians (this responsibility belongs to the provincial and territorial Medical Regulatory Authorities).

In accordance with the MCC by-laws:

Criteria

A physician can be inscribed in the Canadian Medical Register provided he or she has submitted evidence of at least twelve months of postgraduate clinical medical training deemed acceptable by the Executive Director and successfully completed:

  • the Qualifying Examination prior to Jan. 1, 1992; or
  • the MCCQE Part I and the MCCQE Part II; or
  • the MCCQE Part I and, during the years from 2013 to 2015, the MCC/CFPC
    harmonized examination.

Canadian Standard

The Canadian Standard sets out the academic qualifications that make an applicant eligible for full licensure in every Canadian province and territory.

Physicians applying for the first time to become licensed to practise medicine in a Canadian jurisdiction may achieve full licensure only if they:

  1. Have a medical degree [from a medical school that, at the time the candidate completed the program, was listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools], and
  2. Are a Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada; and
  3. Have satisfactorily completed a discipline-appropriate postgraduate training program in allopathic medicine and an evaluation by a recognized authority; and
  4. Have achieved certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or the Collège des médecins du Québec.

Source: Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada

LMCC

A physician who meets the foregoing requirements is enrolled in the Canadian Medical Register as a LMCC and receives a Certificate of Registration (wallet-size plastic card). This certificate serves as official proof of registration. If submitted to a Medical Regulatory Authority (MRA) or other agency, it should be recovered by the owner for further use as required. A testamur (suitable for framing), intended for display purposes rather than as official proof of registration, is also provided.
Click here for a complete list of the 2018-2019 Licentiates.

Source: Medical Council Canada

 

The Medical Board of Australia is responsible for regulating medical practitioners practising in Australia.

Australian medical students and doctors seeking to practise medicine in Australia must be registered with the Medical Board.

How to apply for registration

There is a range of different types of registration to match different levels of training and experience. There are specific types of registration for Australian medical students, Australian or New Zealand medical graduates and international medical graduates.

For details on how to apply for registration see:

Medical practitioners previously registered in Australia or seeking to change registration type should decide which type of registration applies to them for their situation.

Mandatory registration requirements

All applicants for medical registration (Australian and New Zealand medical graduates and international medical graduates) must meet a range of requirements to become eligible for registration. Registration standards define the requirements that applicants for registration or renewal of registration need to meet to be registered.

All applicants for registration (excludes student registration) must meet the requirements of the following mandatory registration standards:

  • Continuing Professional Development Registration Standard 
  • Criminal History Registration Standard 
  • English Language Skills Registration Standard 
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance Registration Standard 
  • Recency of Practice Registration Standard

For more information see the Board’s registration standards.

Obligations of medical practitioners

Under the National Law, registered medical practitioners are required to meet a range of requirements to ensure they are eligible and suitable to continue to hold registration. These requirements include:

Participation in continuing professional development

All registered medical practitioners (excludes doctors with non-practising registration) are required to participate regularly in continuing professional development (CPD) that is relevant to their scope of practice.

CPD must include a range of activities to meet your individual learning needs, including practice-based reflective elements, such as clinical audit, peer-review or performance appraisal, as well as participation in activities to enhance knowledge such as courses, conferences and online learning.

Registered medical practitioners will be required to make a declaration that they have met the Board’s registration standard for continuing professional development when they apply for renewal of registration.

The Board may audit a practitioner’s renewal declarations to ensure that they are complying with the Board’s registration standards and their obligations under the National Law.

Source: Medical Board Australia 

Council recognises the primary medical training qualification and programmes of New Zealand and Australian medical schools.

New Zealand medical schools Medical schools offering primary medical training (MBChB) in New Zealand are:University of Auckland University of Otago Final year medical students have access to aspects of ePort – the electronic portfolio for prevocational medical training.

What are the Requirements to Register as a Doctor in New Zealand?

Fitness for registration

When filling in your registration application forms, you will need to answer several ‘fitness for registration’ questions designed to identify any health conduct or competence issues. These are similar to the questions that registered doctors answer as part of their annual practising certificate renewal. Your responses and the information given by your referees and other regulatory authorities will help the MCNZ determine if you are fit to practice in New Zealand.

English language communication skills

If English is not your first language, you may need to sit a test of your English language abilities. Note that if you have worked in an English-speaking country for at least two years within the five years prior to your application, you may be exempt

You must pass either the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) English test (and achieve the minimum scores of 7.5 for the Speaking and Listening components and 7.0 for Writing and Reading) or the Occupational English Test (OET) Medical Module (and achieve a minimum of a ‘B’ grade for each component).

Electronic Portfolio of International Credentials

If you hold an international medical qualification, the MCNZ requires you to have certain documents verified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates through their primary-source verification service, EPIC.

You will need to have your documents primary-source verified if you are:

  • A first-time applicant for registration and have never held any other form of registration
  • Registered with the MCNZ but are applying for registration in a new scope of practice that relies on a qualification that hasn’t been assessed previously

Acceptable primary medical qualifications

You must have a recognised primary medical qualification from a medical school listed on the World Directory of Medical Schools.

Statutory declarations and certified copies

When you’re applying for registration, sometimes you will be asked to provide a Statutory Declaration or a Certified Copy of a document that you’re relying upon as part of your application.

A registration interview

Another key part of the New Zealand Medical Council registration requirements is to attend an interview, which will be conducted by an MCNZ staff member or agent in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch or Dunedin. At the interview, you will confirm your identity, be asked about your practice intentions and provide your original documents. The interviewer will also explain your supervision requirements. 

Examination

Most doctors who have qualified and worked in countries with comparable health systems, such as the UK or Australia, are not required to sit any exams to gain registration, but if you are not eligible for registration under any other pathway, you will need to sit and pass the NZREX Clinical examination.

Supervision

Supervision is an MCNZ requirement for all new registrants (with the exception of Australian graduates). The supervisor will help ensure you have the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to practice safely in New Zealand. This is an excellent way to integrate and learn more about working as a doctor in New Zealand. The Triple0 team can organise the supervision arrangements for you.

Source: Medical Council of New Zealand

*資料來源

Source: 香港醫務委員會

Source: General Medical Council, UK

Source: Medical Council Canada

Source: Medical Board Australia 

Source: Medical Council of New Zealand

 

以上資料僅供參考,請參閱官方網站了解詳情。

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