Chennai: India and Britain will soon sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the health sector for greater cooperation between the two countries, said a senior official.Speaking to reporters here Friday Keshav Desiraju, additional secretary for health, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said: "The MoU will cover areas of common interest like the primary health-care, strengthening of non-communicable disease prevention, health research and the need for exchange of professionals - doctors."He said there should be two way exchanges of doctors between India and Britain.Queried about government`s plans to provide incentives to doctors to serve in rural areas, Desiraju referring to the Britain`s National Health System (NHS) said a regulatory mechanism is present for doctors to serve in areas where there is an acute need.
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