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The IHCH view on prevention
Are you used to regular medical checkups by your health care provider in your home country? You may have noticed, that the Dutch health care system is primarily focused on cure and not on prevention. If you wish to have an (annual)...
Healthcare: For Expats, By Expats
First appeared in THEXPAT Journal Summer 2014 Publication The origins of ACCESS are firmly rooted in a concern for the mental well-being of the international community. It was acknowledged then, in 1986, as it still is now, 28 years on, that – when ‘dips’ are...
Hi! I am your Champion - Book review
Translating a book from Dutch to English is no easy feat, especially when Dutch isn’t your native language. When the opportunity arose for me to translate a book by Dr. Henk Fransen, I was ecstatic. This book had come to mean so much to me...
European Reference Networks for people with rare or complicated diseases
Every day about 5000 to 8000 rare or complicated diseases affect the lives of around 30 million people within the EU. It can take years before they have a clear diagnosis. The EU and national governments want to improve recognition and treatment of these diseases....
Changes in Dutch Law
Almost 60 law changes will go into effect during 2016. The most important changes, relevant to the international community are listed below. Work & Income People who claim social welfare benefits must have sufficient knowledge of Dutch. If their language skills are not sufficient, they...
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