International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 11, Part B (2016)
The migration of nurses: Trends, challenges, ethical concern and policies- India
The aim of the study was to assess and find out the scenario of Indian nurses with regards to Trends, challenges, ethical concerns and guiding policies which have strong impact on the level of nurses’ migration. Further study focused on revealing information regarding OECD countries and their concern for shortcomings in nursing profession of origin countries and welcome benefits of receiving countries. Study materials are collected from various sources like books, journals, online data base and News paper cuttings of last two years from 2014-16. Findings revealed that migration was preferred most of the nurses for career advancements and financial outcomes and, more than one single push or pull factor is involved in migration. Over all the study concluded that Migration of nurses is necessary for professional growth of nurses and to achieve career advancements. Though migration is beneficial shortage of nurses must be handled carefully with managed migration to get fruitful outcome of migration.
How to cite this article:
Srinivasan P. The migration of nurses: Trends, challenges, ethical concern and policies- India. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(11):79-88.