2005 Health Professionals per 10,000 Population: Maps

The links below each open a new window to display maps in PDF format, suitable for printing. Physicians Primary Care Physicians Physician Assistants Nurse Practitioners Certified Nurse Midwives Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Dentists Dental Hygienists Pharmacists Chiropractors Optometrists Podiatrists Practicing Psychologists Psychological Associates Physical Therapists Physical Therapy Associates Respiratory Therapists  

2006 Health Professionals per 10,000 Population: Maps

The links below each open a new window to display maps in PDF format, suitable for printing. Physicians Primary Care Physicians Physician Assistants Nurse Practitioners Certified Nurse Midwives Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Dentists Dental Hygienists Pharmacists Chiropractors Occupational Therapists Occupational Therapy Assistants Optometrists Podiatrists Practicing Psychologists Psychological Associates Physical Therapists Physical Therapist Assistants Respiratory… Read more »

2007 Health Professionals per 10,000 Population: Maps

The links below each open a new window to display maps in PDF format, suitable for printing. Physicians Primary Care Physicians Physician Assistants Nurse Practitioners Certified Nurse Midwives Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Dentists Dental Hygienists Pharmacists Chiropractors Occupational Therapists Occupational Therapy Assistants Optometrists Podiatrists Practicing Psychologists Psychological Associates Physical Therapists Physical Therapist Assistants Registered… Read more »

2008 Health Professionals per 10,000 Population: Maps

The links below each open a new window to display maps in PDF format, suitable for printing. Physicians Primary Care Physicians Physician Assistants Nurse Practitioners Certified Nurse Midwives Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Dentists Dental Hygienists Pharmacists Chiropractors Occupational Therapists Occupational Therapy Assistants Optometrists Podiatrists Practicing Psychologists Psychological Associates Physical Therapists Physical Therapist Assistants Respiratory… Read more »

Addressing “Stress” in the Health Care Workforce

Human Resources for Health The term “stress” is used to describe conditions where supply trends move differently than they have in the past Workforce problems and solutions Past and current research themes Questions to be asked    

Shaping Health Workforce Policy through Data-Driven Analyses

The Sheps/NC AHEC Collaboration The NC Health Professions Data System (HPDS) Lessons Learned The Challenge: Defining AHEC role in context of declining funding and limited national capacity for workforce planning Moving Forward: Technical Assistance    

The Status of Health Professions Diversity in North Carolina

Diversity and emerging workforce shortages Where do the data come from and what are strengths/limitations? What does health workforce diversity currently look like in the state? How has workforce diversity changed over time? Where are NC’s diverse practitioners educated? Data reflections: What does it all mean?    

Meeting the Demands of a Transformed Health Care System

Retooling and Reconfiguring North Carolina’s Health Workforce to Meet the Demands of a Transformed Health Care System Why we need to retool and reconfigure the workforce Current challenges Future challenges What is needed to move toward a transformed system? Alignment of AHEC traditional mission with goals of health reform    

The Dental Workforce in North Carolina

Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Setting the policy context Trends in supply and distribution Demographic and practice characteristics Projections and implications    

Meeting the Needs of a Transformed Health System

Reconfiguring and Retooling the Workforce To Meet the Needs of a Transformed Health System Current policy context Health workforce planning in the past Health workforce planning in the future What can we learn from New Zealand?  

Meeting the Needs of a Transformed Health System 3-25-14

How can we transform the workforce to meet the needs of a transformed health system? March 25, 2014: North Carolina Community College System, CE Leadership Institute Framing this presentation People ask us: “Will North Carolina have the right number of health professionals it needs now and in the future?” I’d like to reframe as: What… Read more »

Health Workforce Supply in North Carolina

Future Trends, Opportunities and Challenges December 16, 2013: NC Legislative Review Committee on Health Care Provider Practice Sustainability and Training/Additional Transparency Presentation overview The context Current challenges The health workforce of the future What do we need to do now to prepare for health workforce needed in the future?