Journal of Professional Nursing
• GANES Global Pillars framework resulted from multinational research • Baccalaureate education globally was endorsed by more than 75% of participants • One in 8 nurses practice in a country different from where educated or born • GANES Global Pillars can realize the nursing education recommendations from WHO
Human Resources for Health
BackgroundThe global movement of internationally qualified health practitioners (IQHPs), seeking to live and work outside of their place of origin, is subject to considerable study and scrutiny. Extensive published material exists, from government enquiries and print news media articles to peer-reviewed papers, reporting on the views and impacts of...
Comparative Migration Studies
The emergence of a new research field or area of study in the social sciences always is fraught with controversy, fits and starts, theoretical, methodological, and even epistemological debates. Migration studies is no different, but some things are relatively unique about this ‘new’ field of study, while others are more conventional. The article on...
Introduction: Bull-related injuries are commonly observed in rural areas of India as result of the animal’s use in sporting events as well as for agricultural purposes. These patients need early resuscitation due to complications from severe injuries. Previous work examining the epidemiology of bull-related injuries is limited, with most studies fo...
Developing any new radiation oncology program requires planning and analysis of the current state of the facility and its capacity to take on another program. Staff must consider a large number of factors to establish a feasible, safe, and sustainable program. We present a simple and generic outline that lays out the process for developing and impl...
Child abuse & neglect
Monitoring violence against women and children, and understanding risk factors and consequences of such violence, are key parts of the action plan for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015. We examined how men's and women's views about the acceptability of husband-to-wife violence are related wi...
This meeting report provides an overview of the oral and poster presentations at the first international symposium for invertebrate neuroscience. The contents reflect the contributions of invertebrate neuroscience in addressing fundamental and fascinating challenges in understanding the neural substrates of animal behaviour.
Biomedical Engineering Education
Journal of pediatric urology
While evaluation and management options for classic bladder exstrophy (CBE) patients are numerous and varied, little is known regarding the relative utilization of these different methods throughout the world. A large group of exstrophy surgeons practicing globally was surveyed, seeking to document their methods of care. A list of international exs...