Health Care Newsletter - September 17, 2010


1. Openers

2. Ask for Healthcare Workers

3. Health Care News Bytes

4. The ABC’s of Healthcare Immigration – Nonimmigrant Visa Options for Nurses

5. DHS Continues Investigation of Alleged Violations of J-1 Visa Waiver Program in Las Vegas

6. Nursing Schools Short on Faculty to Train Additional Nurses

7. Foreign Medical Grad Considered an Expert in his Field

8. US Army Halts Program that Accelerates Naturalization for Medical Personnel

9. Survey Find Half of Nurses Are Planning a Career Change

10. Patient May Not Receive Transplant Due to Illegal Status

11. Nurse Unions Try to Address Shortage Concerns

12. Primary Care Physician Shortage

13. States Try to Expand Nursing School Capacity

14. Recruitment of Foreign-Born Nurses Analyzed

15. IMG Physicians Can Receive Special License to Work at Children’s Research Hospital

16. Unemployment High Among Filipino Nurses

17. WHO Institutes Guidelines for Recruitment of Foreign Health Care Workers

18. Foreign Educated Physicians Have Fewer Patient Deaths

19. Chart Of Pharmacist Licensing Requirements By State

20. State 30 Physician Waiver Chart

21. Physician National Interest Waiver Chart

22. The J-1 and the H-1B Visas: Which is the Best Choice for Graduate Medical Training?

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