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MOH Issues Regulations For Short-Term Practicing Physicians In China

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's Ministry of Health recently issued regulations on short-term practicing physicians from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan in Mainland China. Effective March 1, doctors from these locations who practice less than three years in China will need to register and acquire short-term practice licenses. The registration authorities are health care and TCM administrative departments at medical institutions of city level and above. The practice can be from one of the three areas - clinical, TCM and stomatology. After the three-year expiry, the physician should renew the license and registration to continue practicing. In case any medical incidents or disputes arise during the short-term practice, medical rules and related regulations for such incidents will apply. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)
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