About the event:
There is a robust pipeline of international health professionals eager to contribute their lifesaving skills to the health care workforce of the United States. The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) estimates that there are 263,000 immigrants and refugees with health-related degrees in the U.S. who are currently underemployed or unemployed. Of those, more than six in ten are internationally educated. Join us to learn more about how your organization can support long-term solutions to address disparities in access to licensure.
Gain insights into:
- Addressing licensing policy barriers affecting internationally trained health workers
- Collecting data to inform advocacy efforts
- Identifying key decision makers and building support among diverse stakeholders
- Engaging your community members