Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, PhD, is a Professor in the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Chair in Health Human Resource Policy which is jointly funded by Health Canada. She is also the Scientific Director of the pan-Ontario Population Health Improvement Research Network and the Ontario Health Human Resource Research Network both housed at the University of Ottawa with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care. Dr. Bourgeault also leads the pan Canadian Health Human Resources Network with funding from Health Canada and the CIHR.
Bourgeault, I.L. (2013). The Importance of Evaluating New Models of Care to Better Meet Patient Needs. HealthcarePapers, 13(2), 32-35.
Bourgeault, I.L. (2013) Ethical Considerations for Better Health Human Resource Planning and Management. Healthcare Management Forum, 26, 65-67.
Bourgeault, I.L. & Grignon, M. A (2013) Comparison of the Regulation of Health Professional Boundaries Across OECD Countries. The European Journal in Comparative Economics, 10(2), 199-223.
Bourgeault, I.L., (2013) The Migration and Integration of Internationally Educated Health Professionals. In Monahan, L., & Gabe, J. (Eds.), Key Concepts in Medical Sociology. 2nd Edition. London: Sage.
Bourgeault, I.L., & Neiterman, E. (2013) Integrating International Medical Graduates: The Canadian Approach to the 'Brain Waste' Problem. In P. Triadafilopoulos (Ed.) Wanted and Welcome? Policies for Highly Skilled Immigrants in Comparative Perspectives Policy. Springer.
Bourgeault, .I.L. & Barer, M. (2012). The case for a pan-Canadian health workforce observatory: moving from crisis management to future planning, now. In Canadian Health Policy in the News: Why Evidence Matters. (p. 361-363)
Kuhlmann, E., Bourgeault, I.L., Larsen, C., & Schofield, T. (2012) Gendering Health Human Resource Policy. In E. Kuhlmann & E. Annandale, Handbook on Gender and Healthcare, Palgrave. Second Edition.
Bourgeault, I.L. Sutherns, R., MacDonald, M., & Luce, J. (2012). Problematizing place of work: Midwives working at home and in hospital. Midwifery, 28(5), 582-590.
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