Building an ethical and sustainable model for health professional recruitment to Australia: A case study of the Philippines

Summary

There is a global shortage of nursing professionals.  Australia, like other English-speaking western countries, increasingly depends on recruitment health professionals educated abroad (currently more than 6,500 nurses a year).  Currently, the Philippines is the largest provider of nurses in the world.  A remarkable 85% of the Philippine's best-qualified nurses work outside the country.

Supervisor(s)

Professor Stephanie Short

Research Location

Health Systems and Global Populations Research Group

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

This study will lead to an evidence-based ethical workforce plan for the recruitment of nurses from thePhilippines.  The model will be embedded in an integrity system that will ensure transparency and accountability in the employment of overseas-trained health professionals in Australia. This will strengthen the governance of the health care systems and nursing professions of both countries.

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Keywords

health professionals, health workforce, nurses recruitment, Philippines

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1134

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