HC Deb 11 December 1967 vol 756 c7W
67. Mr. Arthur Davidson

asked the Minister of Health if he has now received the report of the Board which recently visited the United States of America and Canada to interview British doctors who had expressed interest in return to National Health Service practice; whether it will be published; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. K. Robinson:

Yes, and I am considering the best way of making its contents available for publication. The Board found a substantial number of British doctors now working in North America anxious to return to this country. Arrangements for the return of some 50 doctors are well advanced and the number ultimately returning is likely to be higher. In the light of the report I shall consider further action to diminish the loss of British doctors through emigration.

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