Medical Deserts

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The term ‘medical deserts’ describes regional shortages of healthcare workers in both public and private healthcare settings, which in turn results in insufficient access to healthcare, and health inequalities.

Certain geographic locations in Europe; often in rural or hard-to-reach regions, as well as communities of vulnerable minority populations, are particularly affected. This is due to healthcare workers from these areas gravitating towards bigger cities, or even other countries, to improve their career prospects and access better educational and training programmes, higher salaries, and easier access to essential service provision resources.

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