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    after reading three or more of the articles/resources referenced below and others you have researched, post the following in this discussion board: Include your citations in the posting with a reference list at the end. (APA style)

    In your estimation: What role should nurses play in global health?
    What is your belief regarding the global migration/recruitment of nurses?

    Selected Articles:
    (For Library Resources the Borrower ID is your MDCID#. The PIN is the last four digits of your ID.)
    Yu Xu, PhD; Helen Zaikina-Montgomery, MA; Jay J. Shen, PhD, Posted: 03/25/2010; Nurs Econ. 2010;28(1):19-43. © 2010 Jannetti Publications, Inc. Characteristics of Internationally Educated Nurses in the United States: An Update from the 2004 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses

    Carlton, K. H., Ryan, M., Ali, N. S., & Kelsey, B. (May/June 2007). Integration of global health concepts in nursing curricula: A national study. Nursing Education Perspectives, 28(3), 124-129.

    Kulwicki, A. (October 2006). Improving global health care through diversity. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 17(4), 396 – 397. [Unique login may be required: username is mdcmed; password is medical.]

    Seloilwe, E. S. (June 2005). Globalization and nursing: Guest editorial. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 50(6), 571.

    Crigger, N. J. (January 2008).
    Towards a viable and just global nursing ethics. Nursing Ethics, 15(1), 17-27.

    Cutcliffe, J. R. & Yarbrough, S. (July/Aug 2007).
    Globalization, commodification and mass transplant of nurses: Part 1. British Journal of Nursing, 16(14), 876-880.

    Cutcliffe, J. R. & Yarbrough, S. (Aug/Sept 2007).
    Globalization, commodification and mass transplant of nurses: Part 2. British Journal of Nursing, 16(15), 926-930.

    Globalization and Recruitment of Foreign Nurses (from the Washington State Nurses Association:
    Homepage
    Nursing Shortage: http://www.wsna.org/About/Biennial-Report/2007-2009/Nursing-Shortage/
    Resolution re Foreign-Educated Nurses: http://www.wsna.org/About/Bylaws-and-Resolutions/documents/2003/Resolution 2 – foreign nurses with CIS.pdf
    Position Paper on the Recruitment of Foreign Nurses: http://www.wsna.org/Practice/Publications/documents/pp.foreign.pdf
    "What Have We Done for You?" (article from Local Unit Newsletter): http://www.wsna.org/Local-Unit/Virginia-Mason-Medical-Center/assets/newsletter.08.11.pdf
    Negotiation Survival Guide: http://www.wsna.org/Local-Unit/St-Joseph-MedicalCenter/assets/Newsletter.06.05.pdf

    ICN Position Statement on Ethical Recruiting of Nurses:http://www.icn.ch/psrecruit01.htm
    World Health Organization: Articles on Migration: http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/82/8/en/
    American Nurses Association – ANA Testifies on Nurse Immigration: http://www.rnaction.org/site/PageServer?pagename=CUP_Arch_080408_lu2_nurseimmigration&ct=1&ct=1

    Nursing Self Sufficiency/Sustainability in the Global Context: http://www.intlnursemigration.org/assets/pdfs/SelfSufficiency_US.pdf

    Kingma, M. (2008). Nurses on the move: Historical perspective and current issues. The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 13(2). Retrieved from http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/ANAMarketplace/ANAPeriodicals/OJIN/TableofContents/vol132008/No2May08/NursesontheMove.html
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