Midwifery & Maternity Care
Health Professions & Health Policy
Complementary and Alternative Health Care
Health Worker Migration
RCRHS - CHHRN
RORRHS - OHHRRN
RRASP - PHIRN
CSSH - SCSS
Articles in Refereed Journals
, Neiterman, E. & LeBrun, J., Midwives on the Move: Comparing the Requirements for Practice and Integration Contexts for Internationally Educated Midwives in Canada, the U.S., the U.K., and Australia. Midwifery. Special Issue on the Maternity Care Workforce.
Neiterman, E. &
(2011) Conceptualizing Professional Diaspora: International Medical Graduates in Canada. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 12(3). Available for download at:
, Parpia, R., & Atanackovic, J. (2010). Canada’s Live-In Caregiver Program: Is it an answer to the growing demand for older adult care? Journal of Population Aging. 3(1-2), 83-102.
., Atanackovic, J., Rashid,, A. & Parpia, R., (2010) Relations between Immigrant Care Workers and Older Persons in Home and Long-Term Care Canadian Journal on Aging. 29(1), 1-10.
., & Wrede, S. (2008) Caring beyond borders: comparing the relationship between work and migration patterns in Canada and Finland. Special Issue of The Canadian Journal of Public Health on “Finding Dignity in Health Care and Health Care Work” edited by C. Benoit & H. Hallgrimsdottir. 99 (Supplement 2), S22-26.
Chapters in Books
, & Wrede, S. (2011) Caring across borders: contrasting the contexts of nurse migration in Canada and Finland. In C. Benoit & H. Hallgrimsdottir (Eds.), Finding Dignity in Health Care and Health Care Work. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. *this is an expanded version of the paper for the CJPH Special Issue.
(2008) On the Move: The Migration of Health Care Providers into and out of Canada. In B. Singh Bolaria & H. Dickenson Health, Illness & Health Care in Canada. (pp. 76-98)
(2007) On the Move: The Migration of Health Care Providers into and out of Canada. In B. Singh Bolaria & H. Dickenson Health, Illness & Health Care in Canada.
Spencer, S., Martin, S.,
., & O’Shea, E., (2010) The Role of Migrant Care Workers in Ageing Societies: Report on Research Findings in the U.K., Ireland, the U.S. and Canada. IOM Migration Research Series No. 41. Available at:
Neiterman, E., LeBrun, J., Viers, K., & Winkup, J., (2010) Brain Gain, Drain and Waste: The Experiences of IEHPs in Canada. released Oct 2010 & available for download:
, Atanackovic, J., Parpia, R., Denton, M., McHale, J., Winkup, J., Toombs, R. LeBrun, J., & Rashid, A. (2009) The Role of Immigrant Care Workers in an Aging Society: The Canadian Context and Experience. Available at
(2006) On the Move: The Migration of Health Care Providers in Canada. Final Report to SSHRC INE Skills Research Initiative (co-sponsored by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and Industry Canada). Published through the Skills Research Initiative Working Paper Series - D-08. Available at:
Articles in Non-Refereed Journals
(2010) The Canadian Live-In Caregiver Programme. World Migration Report, International Organization on Migration. p. 16.
Neiterman, E. &
Bourgeault, I., L.
(2008) The Gender Dimensions of Canadian Policies and Programs for Integrating Internationally Educated Health-Care Professionals. Work in a Global Society Working Paper Series, 2008-1.
(2007) Health Care Brain Waste Needs Long Term Policy Solution. Special Issue of Embassy Newspaper on world health. (Invited). March 28th
(2007) Brain Drain, Brain Gain and Brain Waste: Programs aimed at Integrating and Retaining the Best and the Brightest in Health Care. Special Issue of Canadian Issues/Thémes canadiens, Spring, 96-99.