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Academics at the intersection of age and gender: : A Ghanaian experience
Scaling the mobility of health workers in an enlarged Europe : An open political-economy perspective
The enlargement of the European Union in 2004 and 2007 and the marketisation of health care are increasing the mobility of workers and driving a scalar transformation of the sector across Europe. Drawing on questionnaires ...
Labour strategies, cross-border solidarity and the mobility of health workers : Evidence from five New Member States
Shortages of health workers in Western Europe have been addressed, in part, by recruitment from New Member States. In addition to concerns regarding social dumping and cohesion, the loss of human capital and subsequent ...
Reflecting on Reflexivity : a complexity inspired approach to research
For the professional practitioner, reflexive approaches can be valuable in developing professional understanding and improving professional practice. When allied with complexity inspired research, in which people and the ...