Healthcare Licensing and Registration
In the health care system, health professionals who offers medical, nursing or other types of health care services is required to meet specific requisites put into effect by laws governing health care practices. The number of professions subject to regulation, the requisites for an individual to receive professional licensure or certification, the scope of practice that is permitted for the individual to perform, and the nature of sanctions that can be imposed for failure to comply vary across jurisdictions.
Medical practice requisites:
Most countries require individuals to demonstrate proof of graduation from a recognized medical school, such as one meeting the quality assurance standards of the World Federation of Medical Education, as requisite to obtain professional certification for practice as a doctor in there are of specialization.
Registered nurses and licensed practical nurses (or the equivalent national titles, e.g. enrolled nurses) must typically complete nursing school and pass a national examination in order to obtain their license. For example in the United States, nurses must pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). They must then obtain a nursing license by applying to appropriate board of nursing. Other countries will also have their own registration Requirements.
- Bachelor's degree or Diploma from a recognized university or institute.
- Proficiency in English Language.
- IELTS score report with a minimum score above 6.5 (Depends on the country where applying for registration).
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