Première assistante, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lausanne
Angèle Flora Mendy is a lecturer in Sociology of health and migration at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. She is previously Visiting Research Fellow at the IMI. She holds a Ph.D. in social sciences, a MAS in Globalization and social regulation from the University of Lausanne, and a DEA (Post-graduate research degree) in Sociology of health from the University of Saint Louis, Senegal. Her research area focuses on the international migration of health professionals in relation to health policies and the functioning of health systems in developing countries. Her current works investigate the international migration and the trajectories of African health workers in Europe and within the African health systems.
Health migration policies and ethical controversies: The case of African nurses in the UK
Angele Mendy, (2015), Imi working paper series, 119
Institutional legacies, employment and professional integration of non-EU/EEA doctors in France
Angele Flora Mendy, (2015), Imi working paper series, 118