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Monday, January 08, 2007

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THE first of more than 70 nurses from the English town of Stoke-on-Trent have reported for work in tropical north Queensland.

The group of medical staff lost their jobs in a round of health spending cuts last year and were due to start 2007 on the dole. But when managers at Cairns Base Hospital heard about their plight they flew to Britain to offer them jobs. (The Courier Mail)



No statewide figures are available for the numbers of overseas staff recruited directly by individual hospitals, but Queensland Health's "Work For Us" recruitment drive has so far brought 98 doctors, 53 nurses, 46 allied health staff and seven dentists to Queensland. Another 648 applications are being processed.

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