Inosha Alwis

Inosha Alwis is a physician and researcher, and a lecturer at the department of community medicine at the University of Peradeniya. His research interests are health systems, health promotion and public mental health. He tweets at @AlwisInosha

Sri Lanka’s exodus of healthcare workers

Following Sri Lanka’s economic crisis, the healthcare sector is experiencing a migration wave, which has led to a shortage of healthcare workers, impacting healthcare services, medical education, and health equity in the country.

Jul 24, 2023

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