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Social remittances circulate in a variety of ways: through migrants visiting friends and family in their home land, non-migrants visiting their friends in receiving countries, letters, and phone calls, e-mails and blogs and the ever increasing use of social media networks.
Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women
and Domestic Violence
The brief outlines implications for nurses as service providers and addresses migrant nurses’ increased risk of being subjected to violence. (2012)
An emerging global business providing an alternative process for delivery of health care services. (2011)
The Nurse Labor and Education Markets in the English-Speaking CARICOM:
Issues and Options for Reform
A Summary of the results of a World Bank Report (2010). The English-speaking Caribbean (ES CARICOM) is facing a rapidly growing shortage of nurses that is affecting development of health systems within the region. (2010)