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Inicio Foros ¿Cómo es la vida de un inmigrante en Canadá? Medicos en Newfoundland & Labrador

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    Hola,

    Tengo tieeeempo que no pasaba por el foro, pero despues de llevar casi dos años aca en Canada me puse medio a investigar algo que he escuchado bastante y que tal vez pueda ayudar a alguno de los nuestros: aparentemente es relativamente facil para medicos graduados en Venezuela poder ejercer en la provincia de newfoundland. Esto lo copio y lo pego de la pagina del colegio de medicos de esa provincia https://www.cpsnl.ca. No se mucho del tema porque no es mi area pero he escuchado que hay bastabte gente que ssle viene por esa via. Y el nivel de ingles que requieren es razonable. Alcanzable. Lo posteo aqui para Que el que le interese averigue y espero que le pueda servir a alguien…

    International Medical Graduates – General Practice

    Medical Training and Education

    Graduates of a school or faculty of medicine recognized by the World Health Organization may be eligible for licensure.  The school or faculty must have carried out a continuous medical education program for more than ten years, during which it offered and continues to offer, a medical training program that is of at least 48 months duration,

    An applicant for a license to enter general practice in Newfoundland and Labrador who completed postgraduate training is required to have completed a minimum of a twelve (12) month rotating internship, which includes a minimum of eight (8) week rotation in each of Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynaecology and Psychiatry.  To be satisfactory to the College, the post-graduate training must meet the criteria outlined in Appendix A (below).

    Applicants may be required to have satisfactorily completed the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination and may be required to demonstrate a reasonable fluency in the English language.  

    Language

    Effective January 14, 2012

    In order to be granted a license by the College of Newfoundland and Labrador, applicants must establish their fluency in the English language.

    Applicants are exempted from language proficiency testing if their medical education and patient care experience was in one of the countries that have English as a first language (see list below).

    All other applicants must have taken IELTS or TOEFL iBT within the last 48 months at the time of application, and achieved the following minimum score:

    IELTS academic version: minimum 7.0 in each of the components.TOEFL IBT academic version: with a minimum score of 24 in speaking and a minimum score of 20 in each of listening, writing and reading. The total score required is 92.

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