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Improving the recruitment and retention of health professionals – page updated

European Commission - To ensure a sustainable health workforce in the EU crucially depends on attracting people to work in the healthcare services and retaining qualified experienced staf[...]

EU Ebola Response: Member States send additional health personnel to the region

European Commission - Press Release details page - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 06 December 2014 The European Union and its Member States continue to mobilise all available resource[...]

Presentations - Working Group on the European Workforce for Health (24 November 2014)

European Commission - Brussels, 24 November 2014   [...]

Parkinson's nurses: a light in the darkness

This article article explores the work of Parkinson's nurses, their benefits and how Parkinson's UK supports them to care for those affected by the condition.[...]

New publication: Sicily, Italy: Assessing health-system capacity to manage sudden large influxes of migrants

According to the Ministry of the Interior of Italy, 35,085 migrants landed on the coastline of Italy between January and October 2013, the majority of them on Sicily and Lampedusa.[...]

Diagnostic accuracy of Parkinson's disease and atypical parkinsonism in nursing homes

In a large population of Dutch nursing home residents, 20% of diagnoses within the parkinsonian spectrum were inaccurate. Almost 9% of residents had inadvertently received a diagnosis of parkinsonism[...]

Pharmacists have decisive role in combating antibiotic resistance, says new WHO European survey

Pharmacists are among the best positioned to promote the appropriate use of antibiotics, according to a new survey in the WHO European Region. They therefore have a crucial role in combating antimicr[...]

Ebola: Commission organises meeting with European health professionals

Ebola: Commission organises meeting with European health professionals - Directorate General for Health & Consumers[...]

Carers UK to reveal the number of people who become carers every year

To mark national Carers Rights Day on Friday, 28th November, the charity Carers UK will publish new research revealing the number of people in the UK who become carers every year.[...]

Predictors of the psychosocial impact of being a carer of people living with Parkinson's disease: A systematic review

Confident conclusions could not be drawn regarding the most important predictors that should be targeted in psychosocial interventions due to methodological weaknesses and lack of theoretical testing[...]

Spanish nurse diagnosed with Ebola virus disease

Last night, Spanish authorities notified WHO under the International Health Regulations (IHR) that an auxiliary nurse in Spain has been diagnosed with Ebola virus disease (EVD).[...]

Comparison of healthcare costs and mortality rates of conventional and CAM GPs

A 6-year comparative economic evaluation of healthcare costs and mortality rates of Dutch patients from conventional and CAM GPs.[...]


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