With Dr. Kassim Omran: from "Arab Board" to "Saudi Board", Calamity of Bahraini Doctors after 2011 (1)
Dr. Kassim Omran, who currently resides in the United States, considers the non-involvement of the newly graduated Bahraini doctors in specialty training a fatal blow, or at a minimum, very harmful to their career.
Doctor Kassim Replies to Claims There's "Excess Number of Doctors" (3)
There are more than 400 unemployed doctors and nurses in Bahrain, whom the Health Ministry consider a surplus. Meanwhile, you can see how the three main hospitals in Bahrain are filled with foreign doctors of different nationalities... So what's the story?
Bahrain: Doctors are Unemployed, Others Depressed...How'd We Reach this Point?
As the world's countries are working on giving the appropriate recognition to the medical sector, being the sector that is trying to save the world from the Coronavirus pandemic, the Bahraini authorities are finding ways to complicate recruitment and training of medical and nursing graduates.
Witness Bahrain: “Guerrilla-Style” Filmed US Documentary Shows “Heartbreaking Realities”
The News Time website stated that Witness Bahrain will be presented at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Jen Marlowe, a New York and Seattle-based human rights activist and author.