Elena Neiterman

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BACKGROUND Over the last decade, Canada has been one of the top destination countries for internationally educated health professionals (IEHPs). After arrival, many struggle to professionally recertify and secure employment in their field. Considerable funding has been allocated to the development of new policies and programs to facilitate IEHPs'(More)
In this paper, we examine barriers to the integration of refugee doctors and nurses in Canada and the United Kingdom. Key obstacles impeding the integration of internationally trained health professionals are well documented, but less attention has been paid to the integration of refugee health professionals, particularly in Canada. Based on documentary(More)
The authors would like to acknowledge the editorial support provided by Sue Cragg, the administratve support provided by Jan Jablonski and Chantal Demers, and the support in the conduct of some of the interviews by Elizabeth Darling and Johanna Geraci. We would also like the thank all of the internatonally educated physicians, nurses and midwives who(More)
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