Carolyn Arguelles writes about the risks Filipino nurses undertake to work in Norway and the strong motivation that drives them to succeed.
Barriers to mobility and migration do not just affect the nurses that we study. Elżbieta Goździak and Taylor Vaughn write about their own trials and tribulations when faced with Norwegian and Polish bureaucracies.
Being a nurse means different things to different nurses, as experiences shape the professional identity into a part of one’s personal identity. In this sense, the question posed above is a psychological one.
Aslaug Gotehus writes about Viajero – A Filipino novel in the book corner.
The notion of empowerment might shed a new light on nursing practices, writes Marek Pawlak in a new blog post.
Marta Bivand Erdal and Lubomiła Korzeniewska write about the challenges of conducting interviews in various languages
Marie Louise Seeberg shares her thoughts about the 19th Nordic Migration Research Conference.
Jørgen Carling writes about the importance of ‘migration infrastructure’ as a theoretical concept.
Izabella Main writes about training for Polish nurses to enhance their empathy.
Ways of walking, saying, and listening tell us more about the existing hierarchies and power relations in a workplace, Marek Pawlak writes in his blog on different “ways” of nursing in Norway and Poland.