Estimating nurse migration from the Bahamas between 1994 and 2005: An exploratory descriptive study using a social network identification methodology
作者: Amy AdelbergerShane Neely-SmithAmy Hagopian
作者单位: 1Department of Global Health , Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation , PO Box 23350 , Seattle , WA , 98102 , USA
2Department of Undergraduate Nursing Education , Barry University , Miami Shores , FL , USA
3Health Alliance International, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health , University of Washington , 4534 11th Ave NE , Seattle , WA , 98195 , USA
刊名: Global Public Health, 2011, Vol.6 (7), pp.732-745
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2010.550588
关键词: health workforce migrationnursesBahamasCaribbeanhuman resources for healthhealth workforce retentionmigration
原始语种摘要: Abstract(#br)The purpose of this study was to collect primary data on the migration patterns of Bahamian nurses who had registered as nurses during the period 1994–2005. We used an established social network identification method developed by Delanyo Dovlo to determine whether (and to where) Bahamian nurses had migrated. We reviewed nursing registrants’ records from the Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. We telephoned two nurses per cohort of registration and graduation year, asking the interviewee to identify the current location of colleagues registered in their same cohort. Between 1994 and 2005, a total of 18 out of 282 nurses were either confirmed or probably migrated (6%). Ninety-six per cent of those nurses registered during the study time frame were located during...
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  • exploratory 勘探的
  • methodology 方法学
  • descriptive 描述的
  • between 在中间
  • social 群居的
  • migration 迁移
  • nurse 护理
  • identification 辨认
  • network 网络
  • study 学习