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