Buying Qualifications

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Edited by:"SOUTHWALES"Found 24th Nov 2017
How do we know the citizens that arrive here to work in the NHS etc are fully qualified, when certificates for certain qualifications can be purchased over the internet, then when they can not diagnose a patient or do there job properly they can put it down to communication problems due to there lack of English. glaucoma-association.com/gla…k./ you could be getting treated or operated on from someone who has read a few books or watched a few videos on YouTube.

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I must admit I work in the NHS and having watched a few relevant videos on YouTube I would like to say, Im not a gynecologist but I'm willing to have a look.
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What do you mean when citizens arrive here? You should watch some TV, driving tests, marriages, university courses are all being done by other people.

I must admit I work in the NHS and having watched a few relevant videos on YouTube I would like to say, Im not a gynecologist but I'm willing to have a look.

I first got suspicious when i was seeing a specialist and their degrees on the wall said "University of ACME" and then that's when i realised it wasn't a DR at all but in fact Wile E Coyote with a white jacket on.

yeah they don't check qualifications at all, nor do they train them, nor do they come here and have done their degree here in the first place and they don't have to be fluent English speakers.
Edited by: "catbeans" 24th Nov 2017

Powys, with this and the restaurant hygiene scare, you're becoming a little neurotic.

hmmm doubt its improving...Three out of four doctors struck off the medical register in 2015 were trained abroad – the same figure as three years ago.

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You are lucky if they can speak comprehensible English, i think expecting qualifications as well is asking to much.

Is there a HUKD exam? I do a lot of shopping, but I don't know if I'm qualified.

My GP recruited some African locum doctors. My dad went to see one for his cold and the lady with her Nigerian fruit basket on her head told him to pray to God and all will be well, that meds don't fix anything and merely help reduce the suffering a tiny bit.

Yes, uni certificates can be bought in 3rd world countries and these are the economic migrants who pose as your Doctor!

zworld58 m ago

My GP recruited some African locum doctors. My dad went to see one for his …My GP recruited some African locum doctors. My dad went to see one for his cold and the lady with her Nigerian fruit basket on her head told him to pray to God and all will be well, that meds don't fix anything and merely help reduce the suffering a tiny bit.Yes, uni certificates can be bought in 3rd world countries and these are the economic migrants who pose as your Doctor!


People actually go to the GP for a cold? I'd have probably mocked your Dad if I were her too. What an huge waste of time.

MSK.23 m ago

People actually go to the GP for a cold? I'd have probably mocked your …People actually go to the GP for a cold? I'd have probably mocked your Dad if I were her too. What an huge waste of time.



It hadn't cleared up in a couple of weeks

My "doctor" told my dad his abdominal pain was imaginary for months, after his last visit, a month later, he was dead from pancreatic cancer. You go the surgery and people of his religion spend 20-40 mins in consultations. Non Muslims get get 2-3 mins max. I left that surgery, now I have a Chinese doctor, and he is proactive, motivated to solve my problems and all around a totally amazing doc. I suspect that prick bought his way in.

- concerned about standards of English
- uses 'there' incorrectly twice

DennisG13 m ago

- concerned about standards of English- uses 'there' incorrectly twice


Cruel, just cruel
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