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Denmark will give international health professionals a short cut

TheCopenhagenPost
January 12th, 2024


Negotiations begin today to increase the number of international health professionals such as doctors and nurses. Citizens from countries outside the EU must be able to contribute more quickly to the Danish healthcare system.


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Denmark will make it easier for international health professionals to work in Denmark (photo: National Geographic)

Negotiations begin today to increase the number of international health professionals such as doctors and nurses. Citizens from countries outside the EU must be able to contribute more quickly to the Danish healthcare system.

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