Resource Spotlight: Migration of Health Workers: The WHO Code of Practice and the Global Economic Crisis
Migration has sometimes been oversimplified as a linear “brain drain” from “poor” to “rich” countries, but the issue is more complex," writes the authors of Migration of Health Workers: The WHO Code of Practice and the Global Economic Crisis.
The reports brings "much needed evidence and clarity to the changing patterns of migration over time, and the varied and changing reasons why health workers choose to migrate – or to stay in their own countries."
The authors specifically investigate how the global financial crisis impacts migration and looks at how countries are dealing with these issues.
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Past Resource Spotlights
- The State of the World’s Midwifery 2014 A Universal Pathway. A Woman's Right to Health
- Physician Tracking in Sub-Saharan Africa: Current Initiatives and Opportunities
- mHealth Support Tools for Improving the Performance of Frontline Health Workers: An Inventory and Analytical Review