School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Theme 3: Migration and Mobility Publications

 

Information needs to manage Pacific health worker migration
 

Information needs to manage Pacific health worker migration

Authors: Jennifer Doyle, Graham Roberts, Sharon Biribo and Apenisa Ratu
Release: June 2013

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Migration and mobility of skilled health workers from selected Pacific Island countries

 
 

Migration and mobility of skilled health workers from selected Pacific Island countries

Authors: Jennifer Doyle and Graham Roberts
Release: February 2013

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Human Resources for Health: Issues and challenges in 13 Pacific Island countries

 

Human Resources for Health: Issues and challenges in 13 Pacific Island countries

Authors: Jennifer Doyle, Augustine Asante and Graham Roberts
Release: February 2012

Summary: Download technical summary
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Migration of health workers in the Asia-Pacific region

 

Migration of health workers in the Asia-Pacific region

Author: John Connell
Release: December 2010

This report examines the growing phenomenon of the international migration of skilled health workers (nurses, doctors and more specialised workers, such as pharmacists, radiologists and lab technicians) in the Asia-Pacific region. It concludes that there needs to be an integrated approach to the integration and implementation of policy, especially in some of the least developed countries where there in an underproduction of skilled health workers and increased migration.

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Why do they leave and where do they go? Exit interviewing of resigning staf

 

Why do they leave and where do they go? Exit interviewing of resigning staff

Authors: Jennifer Doyle and Graham Roberts
Release: May 2013

Exit interviews can help answer questions about why professional health staff leave the work and/or country in which they were trained, where they go and what they intend doing. This policy brief includes a survey template suitable for use in health care organisations of Pacific Island countries and can be modified for particular situations

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Exit interviews - determining why health staff leave

 

Exit interviews - determining why health staff leave

Authors: Jennifer Doyle and Graham Roberts
Release: November 2012

This policy brief examines the role exit interviewing can play in helping health systems in Pacific Island countries and territories to understand the reasons for and magnitude of health worker attrition; and for devising effective response

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