Data Visualization: Doctors of the World

The image below was created as a poster for Dutch doctors to hangs on the wall of their waiting rooms. With 170 inhabitants per doctor Cuba is still the world leader on that chart. Not unsurprising other (former) communist countries follow on the next positions (in some of those countries the numbers have already started to deteriorate).

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link to Ads of the World

Advertising Agency: EuroRSCG Amsterdam, Netherlands, Creative Directors: Laurens Boschman, Joost van Praag Sigaar, Executive Creative Director: Lorenzo de Rita
Art Director: Laurens Boschman, Copywriter: Joost van Praag Sigaar, Account Handling: Willem Nas, Eefje Beekmans

via: Ads of the World

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