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Non-EU migrant doctors in Ireland: applying a typology of health worker migration

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posted on 2022-01-20, 16:04 authored by Niamh HumphriesNiamh Humphries, Sara McAleese, Ella Tyrrell, Steve Thomas, Charles Normand, Ruairi BrughaRuairi Brugha

Research on health worker migration in the Irish context has previously sought to categorize migrant health workers by country or region of training (e.g. non-EU nurses or doctors), by migration channel or mechanism (e.g. actively recruited nurses). This paper applies a recently developed typology of health worker migration, to the experiences of non-EU migrant doctors in Ireland and considers the value of a typology of health worker migration to human resource management internationally.

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Helath Research Board

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Humphries N, McAleese S, Tyrrell E, Thomas S, Normand C, Brugha R. Non-EU migrant doctors in Ireland: applying a typology of health worker migration. BMC Health Services Research. 2014;14(Suppl 2):O21

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2014-01-01

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  • Graduate School of Healthcare Management
  • Public Health and Epidemiology

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