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The Integration of Immigrant Health Professionals: Looking beyond the COVID-19 Crisis

27 April 2021

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According to the Board promoting the integration of internationally trained of Medicine, 11 internationally trained physicians MIGRATION POLICY INSTITUTE | 6 MIGRATION POLICY INSTITUTE | 7 THE INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANT HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: LOOKING BEYOND THE COVID-19 CRISIS THE INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANT HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: LOOKING BEYOND THE COVID-19 CRISIS health professionals along the lines of. [...] population, the retire- MIGRATION POLICY INSTITUTE | 8 MIGRATION POLICY INSTITUTE | 9 THE INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANT HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: LOOKING BEYOND THE COVID-19 CRISIS THE INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANT HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: LOOKING BEYOND THE COVID-19 CRISIS Endnotes 1 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Trends in Number of COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in the US Reported to CDC, by Stat. [...] Her areas of expertise include the impacts of immi- grants on society and labor markets; social and economic mobility of first- and sec- ond-generation youth and young adults; and the policies and practices regulating im- migration and integration of highly skilled workers and foreign students in the United States and other countries. [...] His research focus is on immigrant integration and the education of immigrant children in the United States and Europe, as well as citizenship policy, immigrant children and families, the effect of welfare reform on immigrants, and the impact of immigrants on the U. [...] The authors are also immensely grateful to the participants of the October 2020 MPI–OSF telefo- rum for sharing their insights on trends in demand for health-care professionals in the United States and the implications of these trends for underemployed immigrant and U.

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