EU to spend EUR 29.5mn on Czech health worker training.

By bne IntelliNews April 13, 2010
The healthcare system will receive about CZK 750mn (EUR 29.5mn) by 2013 under a EU project for life-long training and education of doctors, nurses and other health personnel, Czech health minister Dana Juraskova said. Some 39,000 healthcare specialists throughout the country will receive training under the programme which is to start on May 1. The training will be organised by the Czech health ministry and the institute of postgraduate education in healthcare IPVZ.

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