International Perspective on Health Human Resources

Judith Oulton

Visiting Professor to the University of Toronto, Dr Oulton shares the experience and knowledge she developed while working as the CEO of the International Council of Nurses.

Judith Oulton

Frances Bloomberg International Distinguished Visiting Professor – University of Toronto

Sitting down with Judith Oulton, the former CEO of the Internaitonal Council of Nurses. We talk about her experience and how she came to the role and her current work on global health human resources. She is an incredible nursing leader and this interview provides sage advice like on international like taking “the right attidue & an understanding that you gain so much as well.”

Resources Mentioned:



  • Judith Oulton: How are you finding your clinical experience? Where are you and what can we do to help improve your clinical experience?
  • Robert Fraser: Have you ever done international work, before or after being nursing school? Where and what was it and how has it impacted your nursing career?

Featured Image: Female healthcare provider in Pakistan

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3 Responses to “International Perspective on Health Human Resources”

  1. kalanna
    March 12, 2010 at 5:05 am #

    Hey Robert!

    Always enjoy the talks, but wanted to share that I often miss the video since I listen to and from work on my ipod. The video is a way bigger download as well. Have you thought of an audio only feed? Thanks!

    • @rdjfraser
      March 12, 2010 at 4:37 pm #

      Thanks for the comment, nice to know there are people listening and watching. I have thought about it, my only challenge is the hosting part, I've always liked using because they host the video. I will definitely consider what you said, because I do want it make it more accessible.

      Any other thoughts?

  2. kalanna
    March 13, 2010 at 4:05 am #

    Not yet, but I'll keep ya posted. And no worries, I'll be listening no matter what. 😉

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