Don’t poach overseas workers, says WHO

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Discussing the international recruitment of health workers the World Health Organisation (WHO) has criticised developed nations for not doing enough to combat the personnel crisis and protect the right to health in poorer countries. Western countries like the United States and Great Britain are facing a growing shortage of health personnel, making the recruitment of staff in developing countries an attractive option.

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