In an attempt to weed out unqualified healthcare contributors in Qatar, the government has started a latest uniform licensing and development program for all doctors, nurses, paramedics and alternative medicine practitioners in the country.
That means that few 25,000 presently licensed experts must instantly acquire a new license under the unified National Continuous Medical Education and Professional Development (CME/CPD) Program, headed by the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), to be legally permitted to work in the country.
To do that, they must undertake professional development courses with accredited agencies for credits before their license is up for renewal.
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