Sources of help for refugee and asylum-seeking healthcare professionals
We can offer you the best support if you contact us at the beginning of your revision - it is recommended that you allow 6-9 months for your exam preparation
Why Early Intervention is Important
International Medical Graduates (IMGs) refers to overseas doctors and refugee doctors whose primary medical qualification is from a medical school outside the UK and EU.
The Professional Support Unit (PSU) offers a 2 hour workshop on Mentor and Mentee Training - Getting the Most out of Mentoring.
Psychological support can be beneficial to the trainee from time to time during training for a variety of reasons.
The health and wellbeing of the NHS Staff is a key factor that underpins performance at work, engagement within the workplace, and sickness levels.
HEIW work on behalf of refugee doctors and dentists, who now wish to rebuild their careers in Wales.
Development and progression through training is influenced by a range of factors.