Eszter works as an assistant professor at the Health Services Management Training Centre, Semmelweis University, in Budapest, Hungary. She graduated at University of Szeged as a Sociologist and obtained her PhD degree at Semmelweis University in Health Sciences. She has participated in several international research projects, e.g., Health Prometheus, European Cross-border Care Collaboration, and the Joint Action on European Health Workforce Planning project. Nowadays she is coordinating the activities of the “Support on Health Workforce Planning and Forecasting Expert Network” Joint Tender that is one of the main drivers in EU health workforce development, and leads the activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre on Human Resources for Health Development. Her areas of expertise are strategic human resources for health development and related health policy issues, e.g., workforce planning data and processes, health professionals’ mobility, cross-border health care, patients’ rights and health/medical tourism.