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Migration and the globalisation of health care

Connell, John

Migration and the globalisation of health care

the health worker exodus?

by Connell, John

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Published by Edward Elgar in Cheltenham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical personnel,
  • Physicians,
  • Gesundheitswesen,
  • Internationality,
  • Medizinisches Personal,
  • Medical Economics,
  • Globalisierung,
  • Allied Medical Personnel,
  • Supply & distribution,
  • Arbeitsmobilität,
  • Employment,
  • Supply and demand,
  • Migration

  • About the Edition

    The international migration of health workers, described by Nelson Mandela as the "poaching" of desperately needed skills from under-privileged regions, has a controversial recent history. This text examines skilled migration, & the economic, social & cultural rationale behind the rise of complex & now global markets.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJohn Connell
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA410.6 .C66 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 260 p. :
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25320767M
    ISBN 101847207375
    ISBN 109781847207371
    LC Control Number2009940636
    OCLC/WorldCa489636320

      The globalization of healthcare has provided opportunities for many organizations to rapidly develop their products and to expand their network of customers. But with this globalization, we also need to realize there are also a number of important economic and public health concerns. Healthcare organizations have an obligation to understand the. Globalization impact on healthcare Globalization is the process of promotion of economic integration, communication exchange, cultural diffusion and travel, which facilitate the exchange and connection between nations, commerce and individuals. The effect of globalization on healthcare and individuals is .

    But just as globalization increases the frequency and ease with which diseases can move around the world, it also can improve access to the medicines, medical information, and training that can help treat or cure these diseases. The Globalization of Health Care is the first book to offer a comprehensive legal and ethical analysis of the most interesting and broadest reaching development in health care of the last twenty years: its globalization. It ties together the manifestation of this globalization in four related subject areas - medical tourism, medical migration.

    "In her earlier important work, Servants of Globalization, Rhacel Parreñas described the extraordinary migration of Filipinas to care jobs in the this book she turns to the children left behind. Through superb interviewing, Parreñas uncovers the poignant story of absent mothers, present but unaccommodating fathers, kin helpers, and children haunted by the feeling of being left behind. The International Migration of Health Workers Ethics, Rights and Justice. Editors: Shah, R. (Ed and Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Health Equity at the Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, Canada HARRY LESSER is a retired Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Manchester University, UK COLLEEN MCNEIL-WALSH is a Senior.


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In every industrialized country of the world, patients today increasingly find that the nurses who care for them come from a vast array of countries. In the first book on international nurse migration, Mireille Kingma investigates one of. This polarisation has been reflected in research and publications, with pro-globalisation being pitched against anti-globalisation on the one hand, and an explosion of research on migration on the other.

This book examines the interaction between the two and their impact on health for the first time, highlighting the myths and realities from an Format: Hardcover.

' the observations that John Connell makes about health systems worldwide in Migration and the Globalisation of Health Care are poignant and timely. John Connell: Migration and the globalisation of health patterns and the provision of health care services, at the global, national and sensitivities in health personnel migration due, for.

“The Globalization of Health Care,” in International Cooperation in Health, ed. McKee et al. (New York: Oxford University Press, ), 31– Google ScholarCited by:   If you are interested in the migration of health workers, the labour market relating to nurses, in matters of trade, economic development and globalization, this book is for you.

Barbara Stilwell is a Coordinator in the Department of Human Resources for Health at WHO in Geneva. She has worked in health systems development at WHO since Author: Barbara Stilwell. Unani, a Muslim-Hindu hybrid primarily influenced by Greek, Persian, and Islamic medicine, uses a variety of diets and drugs and is also part.

Unprecedented migration, a core dimension of contemporary globalization, challenges population health. In a world of increasing human mobility, many health outcomes are shaped by transnational interactions among care providers and care recipients who meet in settings where nationality/ethnic match is not an by: How is globalisation linked to health.

Humans have lived with continual change since the migration of Homo erectus out of Africa a million years ago. Globalisation, in this sense, has gone hand in hand with the evolution of human societies.5 But our current phase of globalisation is distinctive in its unprecedented intensity and extent of change.

It would be overly simplistic and inaccurate to Cited by: Another positive aspect of healthcare globalization is that physicians, students, and other professionals to provide care to those who live in countries that do not have adequate health care.

For instance, in an article by Snyder et al. (), sub-Saharan Africa has roughly twenty-five percent of the global disease burden, yet only three.

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This book. Abstract. The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Issues (I. Glenn Cohen, ed. Oxford University Press ) is the first book to offer a comprehensive legal and ethical analysis of the most interesting and broadest reaching development in health care of the last twenty years: its globalization.

It ties together the manifestation of this globalization in four related subject areas - medical tourism, medical migration (the physician "brain drain"), telemedicine, and pharmaceutical research and development, and integrates them in a philosophical discussion of issues of justice and equity relating to the globalization of health care.The Globalization of Health Care Legal and Ethical Issues I.

Glenn Cohen. Gives an integrated approach to interdisciplinary problems that spans fields including law and medicine. Medical tourism and telemedicine are growing rapidly in the last decade and this book helps readers to understand the implications of this development.The migration of health workers affects all countries in one way or another.

In some cases, health workers leave their home countries looking for better working conditions and career opportunities abroad. In others, they leave rural areas for urban ones.

The result: increasingly inequitable access to health care, within and between countries.