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My name is Charlotte and I am at the very early stages of looking at a move to Cyprus. I work as an Advanced nurse Practitioner with prescribing in GP practices and am wondering if such positions exist and whether my qualifications would be recognised. Do I need to have a basic level of Greek?? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Unless you were able to find work in an English only clinic with English only patients not being able to speak a fairly advanced level of Greek and read and write Greek with their alphabet I would think it will be very difficult to work in your profession.

Contrary to popular belief not all Cypriots speak English and all medical records are written in Greek so navigating your way around patient records etc would be very difficult indeed.
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