Première assistante, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lausanne
Angele Flora Mendy holds a PhD in social sciences from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland and a Master’s Degree from the University Gaston Berger, Senegal. She is a lecturer at the University of Lausanne, and teaches courses on qualitative methods in sociology, health issues and health policies in Africa, gender and development.
Her PhD thesis investigated the migration of African doctors from Africa to three European countries (UK, Switzerland and France) and analysed the specific constraints and opportunities to work as a doctor in each of these receiving countries.
Her postdoctoral research is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and focuses on the trajectories of African migrant nurses from Ghana and Gambia to work in the UK.
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