An Understanding of Canadian-Trained Nurses in the U.S.
January 1, 2009 | By Website Admin |
The purpose of phase one of this research is to gain an understanding of the Canadian-trained RNs in the U.S. Phase two aims to identify the basic motivations for emigration of Canadian nurses licensed to work in North Carolina, and to determine their interest in returning to Canada to work.
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) $350,000.00 (2004-2007)
L. McGillis Hall, G. Pink, C.B. Jones, & P. Leatt
2009 McGillis Hall, L., Pink, G., Jones, C.B., & Leatt, P., Gates, M. Pink, L., Peterson, J., & Seto, L. Gone south: Why Canadian nurses migrate to the United States. Healthcare Policy, 4 (4)91-106.
2009 McGillis Hall, L., Pink, G., Jones, C.B., & Leatt, P., Gates, M., & Peterson, J. Is the grass any greener? Canada to United States of America nurse migration. International Nursing Review, 56 (2), 198-205.
2007 McGillis Hall, L., Pink, G.H., Jones, C.B., Leatt, P., Gates, M., Pink, L., Peterson, J., & Seto, L. Canadian Nurses in the U. S.ON: Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto and Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. ISBN # 978-0-7727-3611-6.