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Old 27-08-2021, 11:07 AM
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Dun anyhow la.

Firstly the competent authority pathway is to recognise equivalent internship experience for general registration. Singapore was actually recognised till moh ask them not to recognise it.
You can still go there to work with limited registration upon doing the AMC exams and upon completing an internship equivalent of some surgical, medial and a&e rotation, gain full registration.
A bit more hoops to jump but highly doable.

Also, not moh refuse to work. It's racgp gradually restricting their recognition. A m.med fm done before 2010 was fully transferable to a a fracg without further assessment. Gradually as they have more and more local gp, the m.med was accorded as partially equivalent and u need to pass the local exam. Now I believe the fcfp is still transferable ( might be wrong) to Australia. It is definitely transferable to New Zealand though.
Dun anyhow la

s://.racgp.org.au/education/imgs/fellowship-pathways/fellowship-programs-for-imgs/practice-experience-program/practice-experience-program-specialist-stream/eligibility

Qualifications assessed as Substantially Comparable (family medicine training)
Canada
Hong Kong
Ireland
Malaysia!
Malta
NZ
UK


Qualifications assessed as Partially Comparable
Netherlands
Spain
Sweden
USA


Qualifications assessed as Not Comparable
Belgium
Germany
India
Kenya
Latvia
Nigeria
Philippines
Poland
SINGAPORE! MMED FAM MED
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Switzerland
UK MRCGP-INT

Singapore really lose face lumped with all those countries

I am surprised Malaysia is top tier..
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