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OET to organise Healthcare Communication Forum 2019 in Kochi

Kochi, Nov 13 (UNI) Occupational English Test (OET), the only international English language test designed specifically for healthcare professionals, will be holding their Healthcare Communication Forum-2019 here on November 21.
The Forum aims to focus on the shared responsibility of healthcare stakeholders and English language assessors in ensuring patient safety and quality of care, a press release said here on Wednesday.
Dr Indu Arneja, Founder, Indian Institute of Healthcare Communication will deliver the keynote presentation on the topic of 'Educating healthcare professionals for the future.'
Ms Sujata Stead (Australia), CEO of Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment, the owner of OET, will share with delegates an update on OET activities in India and globally.
OET is recognised as proof of English language proficiency for registration purposes by major healthcare boards and Councils in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, Singapore, Malta, Namibia and Ukraine. It is also accepted in Australia and New Zealand for visa and immigration purposes.
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