Shortage of doctors and nurses in Germany

Many German hospitals have been facing challenges to fill vacancies, especially outside the big cities. The federal government, doctors' chambers and employers have taken various steps to attract foreign professionals and achieve a better work-life balance. Tailored language courses to prepare them for communication with patients and colleagues gain popularity.

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Scandinavian paradise?

Health professionals emigrating to Nordic countries such as Sweden or Norway are often happy with their move, despite the longer winter. What makes it different to work and live in these countries?

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How EU strives to foster medical mobility

In estimation of a huge gap of required health professionals of 1 million by 2020, the European Commission has initiated various activities, including those supporting cross-border cooperation and ethical international recruitment. The proposed modernisation of the Professional Qualifications Directive (2005/36/EC) is another major project.

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