Books and articles
Joanna Bornat, Leroi Henry and Parvati Raghuram (2009) “Don’t Mix Race with the Specialty: Interviewing South Asian Overseas-trained Geriatricians”, Oral History, Spring: 74-84.
Sukhwant Dhaliwal and Sonia McKay (2008) The Work-Life Experiences of Black Nurses in the UK: A Report for the Royal College of Nursing, RCN.
Aneez Esmail (2007), “Asian doctors in the NHS: service and betrayal”, British Journal of General Practice, October: 827–834.
Kate Blackman (2011) Equality and Diversity: Exploring perceptions through the NHS staff survey, paper presented at the UK Social Policy Association Conference, July, social-policy.org.uk/lincoln2011/Blackman P5.pdf
James Buchan (2002) “International recruitment of nurses: United Kingdom case study”, Queen Mary University College, eresearch.qmu.ac.uk/18/1/JBreport.pdf
Mel Gorman (1988) “Introduction of Western Science into Colonial India: Role of the Calcutta Medical College”, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 132(3): 276–298.
Randall Hansen (2000) Citizenship and Immigration in Post-war Britain: The Institutional Origins of a Multicultural Nation. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Roger Jeffrey (1979) “Recognizing India’s doctors: The Institutionalization of Medical Dependency, 1918-1939”, Modern Asian Studies, 13(2): 301–326.
Emma J. Jones and Stephanie J. Snow (2010) Against the Odds: Black and Minority Ethnic Clinicians and Manchester, 1948 to 2009, Manchester NHS Primary Care Trust and University of Manchester.
Ann Kramer (2006) Many Rivers to Cross: The History of the Caribbean Contribution to the NHS. London: Department of Health.
David J Smith, (1980). Overseas Doctors in the National Health Service. London: Policy Studies Institute.
Stephanie Snow and Emma Jones (2011) “Immigration and the National Health Service: putting history to the forefront”, History and Policy, historyandpolicy.org/papers/policy-paper-118.html
Donald H Taylor Jr and Aneez Esmail (1999) “Retrospective Analysis of Census Data on General Practitioners who Qualified in South Asia: Who Will Replace Them as They Retire?” British Medical Journal , 30 January.
Ansar Ahmed Ullah and John Eversley (2010) Bengalis in London’s East End. London: Swadhinata Trust