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Dutch health and social care : international labour mobility

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Dutch health and social care : international labour mobility

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The main objective of this report is to analyse and inform about international labour mobility, particularly within Europe, from the perspective of the Dutch Health and Social Care Sector.
The report starts by describing the introduction of a new care system in The Netherlands. The government does not participate directly in the actual provision of care. This is a task principally for private care suppliers.
Furthermore, the legal position of the Health and Social Care professions, regulated through the Individual Health Care Professions Act, and questions like the international recognition of degrees and the evaluation of foreign diplomas are discussed.
This is followed by a clarification of the Dutch education system, particularly, relating to the study of medicine, nursing education and social work education.
Subsequently, some core data on the ageing Dutch population are presented. The grey pressure increases and this will have an impact on health spending, health support and the future labour market.
Then what follows is a description of the development of employment in the Dutch Health and Social Care Sector, per branch as well as the professions that are engaged in it. The general picture, at this moment, is that the Health and Social Care labour market is reasonably in balance. This trend will continue in the near future; shortages are expected only in the long term.
All research done on the subject indicates that international mobility of medical and social professionals is still low in the Netherlands. The question remains whether a more active recruitment policy would be a solution for the expected long term shortages.
The report concludes with a look at recruitment policy and some of its developments at the global, national and local level.

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OrganisatieZuyd Hogeschool
LectoraatLectoraat Sociale Integratie, CESRT
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Datum2007-03-29
TypeRapport
TaalEngels

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