Migration of Health Care Professionals from India: A Case Study of Nurses
The study attempts to examine why there is staff shortage of health care professionals especially the nurses in India and the impact of such migration on services like emergency preparedness, quality of care, patient safety and access to needed health care services especially for vulnerable populations.
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