References and Further Reading

Brown, P. (2003): "The health service brain drain: What are the options for change?" Immunization Focus: 6-8.

Buchan, J. and Dovlo, D. (2004): International recruitment of health workers to the UK: A report for DFID. Department for International Development, DFID Health Systems Resource Centre, London. Buchan, J., Jobanputra, R. and Gough, P. (2004): London calling? The international recruitment of health workers in the capital. London.

Buchan, J. and Sochalski, J. (2004): "The migration of nurses: Trends and policies." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 82 (8): 587-594.

Buchan, J., Parkin, T. and Sochalski, J. (2003): International nurse mobility: Trends and policy implications. Report funded by Royal College of Nursing, World Health Organization and International Council of Nurses. Geneva, WHO.

Clark, P.F., Stewart, J. and Clark, D. A. (2006):"The globalization of the labour market for health-care professionals." International Labour Review 145 (1-2): 37-64.

Clark, P.F. and Clark, D. (2004): Interview with Thembi Mngomezulu, Deputy Director of the Democratic Nurses' Organization of South Africa, 7th June 2004, Pretoria.

Commonwealth Secretariat (2003): Companion Document to the Commonwealth Code of Practice for the International Recruitment of Health Workers.

Forcier, M. B., Simoens, S. and Giuffrida, A. (2004): "Impact, regulation, and health policy implications of physician migration in OECD countries." Human Resources for Health 2 (12) Gathercole, G. (2003): "Free movement of professionals: Opening up opportunities or perpetuating problems?" Update No. 62, 14 July. European Public Health Alliance. http://www.epha.org/a/521

International Council of Nurses (ICN) (2004): "The inadequate supply of nurses is having a negative effect on care outcomes globally." Press release, 8 Nov. Geneva.

ICN (2001): Position statement: Ethical nurse recruitment. Geneva.

http://www.icn.ch/psrecruit01.htmKline, D. S. (2003): "Push and pull factors in international nurse migration." Journal of Nursing Scholarship 35 (2): 107-111.

Lorenzo, F. (2002): Nurse supply and demand in the Philippines. Manila, University of the Philippines, Institute for Labour Studies.

Martin, P.L.(2003a): Highly skilled labor migration: Sharing the benefits. International Institute for Labour Studies, Geneva.

Martin, P.L. (2003b): Sustainable migration policies in a globalizing world. International Institute for Labour Studies, Geneva.

Mejía, A., Pizurki, H. and Royston, E. (1979): Physician and nurse migration: Analysis and policy implications. World Health Organization, Geneva.

Oyowe, A. (1996): "Brain drain: Colossal loss of investment for developing countries." The Courier ACP-EU, Vol. 159: 59-60.

Padarath, A., Chamberlain, C., McCoy, D., Ntuli, A., Rowson, M. and Loewenson, R. (2003): Health personnel in Southern Africa: Confronting maldistribution and brain drain. Discussion Paper No. 3. Harare, Equinet (Network for Equity in Health in Southern Africa).

Pang, T., Lansang, M.A. and Haines, A. (2002): "Brain drain and health professionals." British Medical Journal 324: 499-500.

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) (2004): An action plan to prevent brain drain: Building equitable health systems in Africa. Boston.

Regional Nursing Body, Caribbean Community secretariat (RNB) (2004): Managed migration.

Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia (RNABC) (2004): Implications of the nurse shortage: Questions and answers for registered nurses. Vancouver, BC.

Salmon, M., Yan, J., Hewitt, H. and Guisinger, V. (2007): "Managed Migration: The Caribbean Approach to Addressing Nursing Services Capacity."

Health Services Research 42 (3 part2): 1354–1372.

Schmid, K. (2004): "Strategies to manage migration of health professionals to protect national health systems will be successful only if all stakeholders are involved in the process." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 82 (8): 621-622.

Spetz, J. and Dyer, W. (2005): Forecasts of the Registered Nurse Workforce in California. Conducted for the California Board of Registered Nursing. Center for California Health Care Studies, University of California San Francisco. San Francisco, CA. http://www.futurehealth.ucsf.edu/pdf_files/forecasts2005.pdf

Stilwell, B., Diallo, K., Zurn, P., Vujicic, M., Adams, O. and DaI Poz, M. (2004): "Migration of health-care workers from developing countries: Strategic approaches to its management." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 82 (8): 595-600.

Taraldset, A. (2006): "Statistics and research on physicians in Norway in English." The Norwegian Medical Association. 16 Jan. http://www.legeforeningen.no/id/8449

Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies (2006): The Supply of and Demand for Registered Nurses and Nurse Graduates in Texas: Report to the Legislature, November 2006. Publication # 25-12528, E-Publication # E25-12528.

World Health Organization (WHO) (2006): The World Health Report 2006 - Working Together for Health. Geneva. http://www.who.int/whr/2006/en/



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