Insights on health worker mobility in Romania broadcasted on Radio Romania International

The 4th Conference of the Romanian Network for Migration Studies (RoMig), held in Bucharest on September 7-8, featured a presentation of our research on Romanian healthcare worker migration and mobility.

During the conference, Alexandra Deliu (researcher for the Research Institute for Quality of Life and collaborator of Pillars of Health partner Center for Health Policies and Services (CHPS)) highlighted the findings of CHPS’s research on the factors that influence the migration and mobility of Romanian health workers, on their personal work experiences, and the solutions as suggested by the research respondents for the retention of health workers or their return to Romania.

The findings of the research were also broadcasted on Radio Romania International, during the program România. Dialog direct., further disseminating our insights about healthcare migration trends and their impact on the healthcare system to a broader community in Romania.

Listen to the recording of the broadcast (available in Romanian) on SoundCloud – starting at 32 minutes 40 seconds.

Read more about our partner CHPS’s research material on Romanian health worker migration and mobility in our Resources section – by selecting ‘Romania’ in the country drop-down menu.

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