The Health Equity Area of Excellence (AoE) provides leadership in the creation of a community of scholars within the Faculty of Nursing that foster discourse and inquiry to examine issues related to social determinants of health as conditions for social advantage/ disadvantage and systematic disparities in health.
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- 1Foreign-Trained Nurses
- 1Health Human Resources
- 1Home Caregivers
Human resources for health challenges in Nigeria and nurse migration
The emigration of sub-Saharan African health professionals to developed Western nations is an aspect of increasing global mobility. This paper focuses on the human resources for health challenges in Nigeria and the emigration of nurses from Nigeria as the country faces mounting human resources...
Migrant nurses and federal caregiver programs in Canada: Migration and health human resources paradox
Migrant nurses and federal caregiver programs in Canada: Migration and health human resources paradoxDownload
Despite the links between health human resources policy, immigration policy, and education policy, silos persist in the policy making process that complicate the professional integration of internationally educated nurses in Canada. Drawing on the literature on nurse migration to Canada through...
The challenges encountered by immigrant-serving agencies in addressing the health of temporary foreign workers
The challenges encountered by immigrant-serving agencies in addressing the health of temporary foreign workersDownload
This study sought to examine the challenges encountered by immigrant-serving agencies in meeting the health needs of temporary foreign workers and their families in one Canadian province. We interviewed eleven representatives of immigrant serving agencies and two policy makers. Some of the...