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Ramfa
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If u become a doctor here and say u want to work in america instead what do you have to do?
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(Original post by Ramfa)
If u become a doctor here and say u want to work in america instead what do you have to do?
Find a placement and transfer I should think.

There may well be extra courses etc you have to study before you go over (depending on overseas differences etc).

I'm afraid I'm no expert in medicine but atleast this post should bring it back up to the top so perhaps some more knowledgable people can reply.
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Perhaps you should aim to study medicine at a American university in the first place - if you can afford it
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living in america would help to...i guess...wouldn't it?
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To work as a dentist in the US you have to take a set of tests, regardless of how long you have worked as a dentist in this country.
Not sure how it works for doctors though, I would expect something similar..
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