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According to Bence Rétvári, Ministry of Human Resources parliamentary state secretary, last year the lowest number of doctors applied to go abroad, and since 2010 the number of doctors planning to work abroad has fallen by 60 percent
Bence Rétvári said that in 2010 there was a replacement rate of 1.2 graduates per doctor dropping out of the labor market, ever since the government introduced a new scheme to increase wages, the rate has averaged 3.6
Over 600 participants, representing 53 countries gathered last week in Budapest for the 67th session of the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Committee of Europe. Selecting Hungary to host the event offers important recognition of the government’s dedication to building a healthier nation.
Hungary is committed to improving the health of its citizens and healthcare systems, as well as ensuring equal access to healthcare services, which will also be the main topics of WHO’s regional committee meeting held in Budapest between September 11-14
The number of doctors applying to leave Hungary to work abroad dropped by 19 percent between 2015 and 2016 and by 50 percent to the present compared with 2010-2011. The same measure for nurses showed a 15 percent annual drop last year