Brigham Young University Prelaw Review
refugees, medical accreditation, undue burden, COVID-19, Refugee Act of 1980, foreign medical professionals
Historically, the United States has maintained a policy of robust assistance to refugees that enter the country. Refugee relief includes short-term health coverage and employment services. Unfortunately, many international medical graduates who come as refugees face excessive barriers to join the healthcare industry when they arrive. In light of emergency adjustments to the accreditation processes during the COVID-19 pandemic, this article proposes that the accreditation process for foreign-educated healthcare workers poses an undue burden on refugees.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Jolley, Katherine and Hansen, Alex
"Medical Accreditation for Foreign-Educated Refugees: An Undue Burden,"
Brigham Young University Prelaw Review: Vol. 36, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byuplr/vol36/iss1/11