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Trends in International Migration SOPEMI: The international mobility of health professionals: An evaluation and analysis based on the case of South Africa


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The international mobility of highly skilled workers increased substantially in the 1990s. Most visible in professions connected with new information and communication technologies, it also became increasingly common among health professionals. In South Africa, in particular, where the migration balance has steadily deteriorated over the last fifteen years, the international mobility of health professionals has become an important issue. The factors that determine the international mobility of health professionals broadly ...
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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