A number of Czech hospitals will be on the verge of closing because of a shortage of Nurses and Physicians.
Czech Republic lacks hundreds of doctors and nurses to be staffed in its hospitals. And there is nobody to replace them. In some hospitals the situation is now so serious that they must be closed by a department or a limited operation on them.
Almost all the hospitals now , we are under staffed now,” told Pravo Milan Kubek, president of the Czech Medical Chamber.
Many of the doctors and nurses are of retirement age, but because there is nobody to replace them with, they continue to be in the job.
Hundreds of Czech medical staff have already moved abroad to take up lucrative contracts-and many more are expected to do so once the country is part of the EU and it adds up to the shortage.
Shortage of doctors and nurses is the reason that many hospitals cancel acute care beds, because patients have no one to treat.
Prospects of Studying Nursing now in Czech Republic
As one of the few degrees that offers guaranteed job security and stability (especially with the current high demand for nurses), nursing add on programmes are thus extremely sought after.
Czech Republic is in the heart of Europe ,studying abroad in the Czech Republic provides an ideal jumping off point for exploring the rest of Europe. With neighbors like Germany, Austria and Poland, you’ll never be at a loss for interesting places to visit. While studying abroad in Prague you can learn to speak Czech, take classes in English and study at some of the best institutions in Central Europe.
Czech College based in Prague helps and prepare students to manage modern day healthcare , management and technology sectors with ease across borders and cultures as all our courses are coustom tailored to meet and specification and demand of the said industries.
Nurses Adaptation Program with PGDHCM
This program is primarily designed to adapt a foreign educated nurse to practice in Czech nursing system. With the integration of Post Graduate Diploma in Health Care Management (PGDHCM) allows them to get thorough knowledge in managing Health Care Organizations like Hospitals, Care Centers, Clinics etc.
The major portion of the program would be dedicated in learning Intensive Czech Language and Medical terminology in Czech Language. Course module also consists of legal framework of Czech health care system and Practical training in Partner Hospitals, which would be an integral part of the program.
Since this is a practical oriented course, Czech College would help students in Nostrification (equivalency to Czech qualification) of their existing foreign nursing qualification and prepare them for Approbation test also known as licensure exam. Approbation test consists of four stages in which the first two stages can be done in English or Czech language. Third stage is a 40 days Practical Nursing test conducted in supervision of a Partner Hospital, which would analyze the efficiency of the Nurse to deal with a real Czech speaking patient. After clearing fourth stage of the test the candidate becomes licensed and capable of practicing in Czech Health Care system.
Prerequisite: BSc Nursing
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