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Atlantic Wire Lists “America’s Health Worker Mismatch” as “Five Best Friday Column”

Atlantic Wire, the online edition of The Atlantic has listed my NYT Op-Ed piece as one of its “Five Best Friday Columns”:  http://www.theatlanticwire.com/national/2012/09/five-best-friday-columns/56866/

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My New York Times Op-Ed Piece on Health Labor Markets

I have an Op-Ed piece on health labor markets and the state of US health professional schools on page A23 of today’s New York Times.  It’s also available online here.

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Labor Day Special: “Insourced” Featured on IntraHealth’s Website

In order to draw attention to the labor implications of the insourcing of foreign trained health workers, IntraHealth International has featured an article on “Insourced” on its website.  Foreign trained health workers are more likely to accept lower wages and unsafe working conditions (including … Continue reading

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Migrant Labor is Exploited in the US

NPR’s “On Point” program has done a great piece on exploited foreign labor in the US.  The   discussion mainly focused on agricultural and blue collar jobs, but the same situation applies to foreign trained health workers, especially  nurses and … Continue reading

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Appearance on “Shore Law” with Chad Malkus

I had the opportunity to have a one hour interview about Insourced on Shore Law with Chad Malkus on Radio1240 AM (WCEM, ABC affiliate).  The Eastern Shore of Maryland is rural and has a great shortage of all categories of health professionals.  I’ve … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Caught Being Disruptive!

My blog on how to retain healthcare workers in underserved communities has been featured on the Disruptive Women in Healthcare website.

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Steve Thompson, CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Responds to Insourced

Steve Thompson, MBA, the CEO of Johns Hopkins International (the arm of Johns Hopkins Medicine that provides a focus for all its international activities) has written a blog in response to the excerpt from Insourced that appeared in Salon.com. Thompson’s … Continue reading

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