Croatia -Measures needed to stop drain of medical staff -April 20, 2015

Health ministryannounces steps intended to stop the drain of qualified staff, through financial stimulation and new job opportunities.

Reacting on data about medical technicians, nurses and physicians leaving the country the health ministry has announced steps intended to stop the drain of qualified staff, through financial stimulation and new job opportunities including 1,000 specialisation courses that the ministry intends to advertise in 2015. According to the ministry he number of departures is still far less than the number of requests for departure.

English: http://dalje.com/en-croatia/health-minister--233-doctors-and-98-nurses-have …  

 

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