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transnational healthcare

How are the medical and long-term care needs of different transnationally-mobile populations being supported and met in an era of intensified global mobility?

With this line of inquiry, I focus on how the medical and long-term care needs of different transnationally-mobile populations (e.g., economic migrants, retirement migrants and so-called 'medical tourists') are being supported and met in an era of intensified global mobility. My work examines the key trends challenging conventional nationally-containerised thinking about sources, directions, subjects and relations of care by paying attention to transnational configurations of formal (i.e., state, private and voluntary) and informal (i.e., family and community) care provision.

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