Social remittances circu-late in a variety of ways: through migrants visiting friends and family in their home land, non-migrants visiting their friends in receiving coun-tries, letters, and phone calls, e-mails and blogs and the ever increasing use of social media net-works.
An emerging global business providing an alternative process for delivery of health care services. (2011)
Founded in 2005 jointly by CGFNS International and the International Council of Nurses, the International Centre on Nurse Migration serves as a global resource for the development, promotion and dissemination of research, policy and information on global nurse migration.
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Key Considerations for the Development of a Framework to Support the Integration of International Nurses
In this month's issue, A Universal Truth: No Health Without a Workforce, China's Growing Reliance on Lower-Paid Contract Nurses, Germany Woos Chinese Nurses, and more.
In this month's issue, the 19th International Council of Nurses Workforce Forum, Human Resources for Health (HRH) Grows Ahead of the Third Global Forum, the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel, and more.
In this month's issue, UK’s Nursing and Midwifery Council Announces Halt to Overseas Applications, New Agreement for Filipino Nurses in Germany, and more.
In this month's issue, U.S. based Filipino nurses win language discrimination settlement, International competition for health professionals set to continue, and more.
In this month's issue, International Migration Starts to Bounce Back.
In this month's issue The impact of the Financial Crisis on Nurses and Nursing in 34 European Countries. Upcoming events: the XIII Pan American Nursing Research Colloquium in Miami.