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A Country Practice creator, writer and original executive producer James Davern of JNP Productions, had written the pilot episode and entered a script contest for the Ten Network in 1979. He came third and won a merit award., [1] although TEN turned the series down, the Seven Network picked up the series stating it liked the characters and setting. Davern would be inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame in 1991 and be honoured as an Order of Australia recipient in 2014.

A Country Practice is the third most successful television program in the history of the Logie Awards , after Home and Away (1st) and Neighbours (2nd), having won 29 awards during its twelve years of production. [2]

After its lengthy run on the Seven Network, just months after its demise it was announced that the serial would be picked up by Network Ten with a mainly new cast and a few key cast members continuing from the Seven series. Unlike the Seven series which was produced in Sydney, the Network Ten series was produced in Melbourne with location shooting in Emerald, Victoria . The new series debuted in April 1994, but it was not as successful as its predecessor and was abruptly cancelled in November.

Recruiting doctors to the countryside is notoriously difficult - not just in Germany, but all over the Western world. To get into medical school, students have to have very high marks, which means they're intellectually gifted - and such folks generally have urban and urbane interests. Yet the populations of small towns and countryside villages have as much need of medical care as urban populations. What is to be done?

In Germany, education is the constitutional responsibility of the Länder, or federal states, not of the federal government. Accordingly, various German states have adopted a variety of different strategies to incentivise young medical students to choose country-doctor careers.

The northeastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, for example, offers special subsidies for students at the state's two medical schools who contractually agree to spend at least five years after graduation working either as country doctors, or in the state's public health service. The subsidies amount to a stipend of 300 euros per month and can run for a maximum of four years and three months. The extra bit of income can make a substantial difference to a student's quality of life.

A Country Practice creator, writer and original executive producer James Davern of JNP Productions, had written the pilot episode and entered a script contest for the Ten Network in 1979. He came third and won a merit award., [1] although TEN turned the series down, the Seven Network picked up the series stating it liked the characters and setting. Davern would be inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame in 1991 and be honoured as an Order of Australia recipient in 2014.

A Country Practice is the third most successful television program in the history of the Logie Awards , after Home and Away (1st) and Neighbours (2nd), having won 29 awards during its twelve years of production. [2]

After its lengthy run on the Seven Network, just months after its demise it was announced that the serial would be picked up by Network Ten with a mainly new cast and a few key cast members continuing from the Seven series. Unlike the Seven series which was produced in Sydney, the Network Ten series was produced in Melbourne with location shooting in Emerald, Victoria . The new series debuted in April 1994, but it was not as successful as its predecessor and was abruptly cancelled in November.




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