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Posted inCentral Europe & Baltics, Regions, Southeastern Europe

27 November – 3 December 2000

4 December 2000 Read this article in Russian WROCLAW, Poland–One year after anesthesiologists’ protests swept through the country, Polish nurses are resorting to similarly radical means to force governmental and health care authorities to meet their demands. According to the National Union of Nurses and Midwives (OPZZPiP), protests are taking place in 100 health care […]