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BMJ 2002; 325 doi: (Published 14 December 2002) Cite this as: BMJ 2002;325:1386

Two editorial errors crept into the article “Induction courses for international doctors” by Martha Swierczynski (16 November, p s159). In trying to clarify the meaning of the phrase “international doctors,” we added (in the opening paragraph) “doctors who have trained in the United Kingdom.” This is clearly wrong; what we had intended to add was “doctors who have trained outside the United Kingdom.” Also, in the last paragraph of the section “Eligibility for induction courses” the penultimate sentence should read “Trusts [not deaneries] are advised to make the courses as accessible as possible.”

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