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|Title:||International nurse recruitment in India|
Push and pull factors
|Citation:||Khadria, B. (2007-06). International nurse recruitment in India. Health Services Research 42 (3 II) : 1429-1436. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-6773.2007.00718.x|
|Abstract:||Objective. This paper describes the practice of international recruitment of Indian nurses in the model of a "business process outsourcing" of comprehensive training-cum-recruitment-cum-placement for popular destinations like the United Kingdom and United States through an agency system that has acquired growing intensity in India. Findings. Despite the extremely low nurse to population ratio in India, hospital managers in India are not concerned about the growing exodus of nurses to other countries. In fact, they are actively joining forces with profitable commercial ventures that operate as both training and recruiting agencies. Most of this activity is concentrated in Delhi, Bangalore, and Kochi. Conclusions. Gaps in data on nursing education, employment, and migration, as well as nonstandardization of definitions of "registered nurse," impair the analysis of international migration of nurses from India, making it difficult to assess the impact of migration on vacancy rates. One thing is clear, however, the chain of commercial interests that facilitate nurse migration is increasingly well organized and profitable, making the future growth of this business a certainty. © 2007 Health Research and Educational Trust.|
|Source Title:||Health Services Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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