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Migration and Mobility: Informing Nursing Health Human Resources Retention and Recruitment Policy
Barbara Foster, Sandra MacDonald-Rencz and Linda McGillis Hall
People need to move to where the work is. This has always been a normal part of job-searching strategies for individuals. We witnessed this pattern throughout the 20th century, especially towards the end. However, when large numbers of an occupational group have had to move because of economic issues, this normal pattern changes. Interest in the movement of healthcare professionals became acute in the latter part of the previous century because of emerging shortages in many health professions. As a result, employers, regulators and governments have been working together to address the issues underlying these patterns.

No Global Health without Human Resources For Health (HRH): The Nursing Lens
Judith Shamian, Gail Tomblin Murphy, Annette Elliott Rose and Lianne Jeffs
Addressing both current and future HRH challenges requires multi-level planning with concurrent changes in policy, at the organizational level and in how care is delivered (GHWA 2012). Such multi-leveling planning requires partnership and collaboration across government sectors, with researchers and research users, with non-governmental agencies, with health and social system leaders, with communities and with healthcare providers.


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Transitions

  • Fred Said to Director of Sales and Channel Management, Bard Canada, Toronto, ON
  • Gelareh Zadeh to Head, Division of Surgical Oncology, University Health Network, Toronto, ON
  • Sheree Kwong See to Seniors Advocate, Government of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
  • Christine Elliott to Patient Ombudsman, Ontario, Toronto, ON
  • Jimmy Trieu to CIO/VP Corporate Services, Alexandra Marine & General Hospital, Goderich, ON
  • John F. Bankes to Co-Chair of its Board of Directors, The Scarborough Hospital Foundation Scarborough, ON
  • Catharine Whiteside to Board of Directors, The Scarborough Hospital Foundation Scarborough, ON
  • Pearl Schusheim to Board of Directors, The Scarborough Hospital Foundation Scarborough, ON
  • David Mullins to Chief Innovation Officer, Providen, Winnipeg, MB
  • John MacDonald to Board Chair, Niagara Health, St. Catharines, ON
  • Alexander Boag to Department Head, Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON
  • Annmarie Adams to Chair, Department of Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, QC
  • Suzanne Robichaud to VP Clinical Programs and Chief Nursing Officer, Hôpital Montfort, Montfort, ON
  • Drew McArthur to acting Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, Victoria, BC
  • Nelson Chan to Chief Financial Officer, Capital Regional Hospital District, Victoria, BC
  • Alice Aiken to Dean, Faculty of Health Professionals, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

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