- Have you encountered a fake doctor before? Please share some details about it.
- What is your opinion about people who fake their documents or papers?
- former /FAWR-mer/
- pretend /pri-TEND/
- license /LAHY-suhns/
- face /feys/
- file /fahyl/
[adjective] – used to describe someone who had a particular position or job in the past
Our former supervisor now works abroad.
[verb] – to behave as if something is true when you know that it is not, especially in order to deceive people or as a game
She had pretended to be a doctor for over a year now.
[verb] – to give someone official permission to do or have something
You cannot teach if you are not licensed.
[verb] – to deal with a difficult situation
The basketball team is faced with fierce competition.
[verb] – to officially record something, especially in a law court
They have filed charges against the two suspects.
The woman failed her exams and supposedly faked documents to get the job. She fooled employees and patients alike while working as a trainee doctor for eight months, leaving the staff in the hospital and locals in shock after learning the news. The woman could face several fraud offenses, but no charges have been filed yet. The hospital is also conducting an internal investigation, according to the spokesperson.
- For how long had the fake doctor worked in the hospital before she lost her job?
- How did the hospitals and authorities discover that she is not a licensed doctor?
- What organization licenses medical workers in Australia?
- What did the woman allegedly do to get the job?
- What offenses could the woman face?
- Has there been any news of employees faking their documents in your country? Please tell me more about it.
- Please tell us about a time when someone you know was accused of faking documents.
- If you were one of the hospital staff, how would you react knowing one of your colleagues is a fake doctor?
- Why do you think the woman faked her papers?
- What must the hospital do to prevent this incident from happening again in the future?