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Healthcare work degree transfer

Hey everyone,
I am sure this post is already on here somewhere. I was wondering about working in healthcare in Australia. I have a psychology honours degree andiI am concerned about being able to use this when I move. I have two years experience working as a social care worker with asd. I heard my degree may have to be transferred??? If anyone knows anything or another thread that will help I would appreciate it.

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Niamh


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