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The Global Health Care Chain: From the Pacific to the World (review)

The Global Health Care Chain: From the Pacific to the World (review) 252 the contemporary pacific • 23:1 (2011) on the difficult process of crossing of their migration choices on Island cultures. health services. Globalization draws the highly M o n i c a l a b r i o l a skilled from every corner of the world University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa to the metropolitan centers that offer the best working conditions and *** pay—a negative trend for the health systems of less-developed countries The Global Health Care Chain: and especially for the small Island From the Pacific to the World, by states of the Pacific. Health profes- John Connell. Routledge Research in sionals are among the most expensive Population and Migration Series 12. to train and have the easiest access New York: Routledge, 2008. isbn to overseas job markets, not only cloth, 978-0-415-95622-2; eBook, in Australia and New Zealand but 978-0-203-88511-6; 197 pages, maps, also in the Arabian Gulf states and preface, bibliography, index. Cloth, Canada. Some Pacific Island states us$105.00; eBook us$105.00. recruit from within the Pacific, as well as from other developing countries. John Connell’s finely researched and For example, Fijian nurses work in informative book is a Pacific regional the Marshall Islands and Palau, and companion http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

The Global Health Care Chain: From the Pacific to the World (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 23 (1) – Mar 26, 2011

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Copyright © 2011 University of Hawai'i Press.
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252 the contemporary pacific • 23:1 (2011) on the difficult process of crossing of their migration choices on Island cultures. health services. Globalization draws the highly M o n i c a l a b r i o l a skilled from every corner of the world University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa to the metropolitan centers that offer the best working conditions and *** pay—a negative trend for the health systems of less-developed countries The Global Health Care Chain: and especially for the small Island From the Pacific to the World, by states of the Pacific. Health profes- John Connell. Routledge Research in sionals are among the most expensive Population and Migration Series 12. to train and have the easiest access New York: Routledge, 2008. isbn to overseas job markets, not only cloth, 978-0-415-95622-2; eBook, in Australia and New Zealand but 978-0-203-88511-6; 197 pages, maps, also in the Arabian Gulf states and preface, bibliography, index. Cloth, Canada. Some Pacific Island states us$105.00; eBook us$105.00. recruit from within the Pacific, as well as from other developing countries. John Connell’s finely researched and For example, Fijian nurses work in informative book is a Pacific regional the Marshall Islands and Palau, and companion

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Published: Mar 26, 2011

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