Product type: manuscript in Journal of Interprofessional Care, January 2019. Authors: Fraher EP, Brandt BF Abstract: Collaboration between Brandt and Fraher grew from a desire to forge a new, joint vision for the future Current workforce planning approaches not fit for purpose to meet future challenges, and the field of IPE faces its own challenges… Read more »
DocFlows: A Web-Based, Interactive App to Explore the Interstate Migration of Residents-in-Training and Practicing Physicians
August 2017 Erin Fraher PhD, MPP; Erica Richman, PhD, MSW; Evan Galloway, MPS; Andy Knapton, MSc Overview The DocFlows App allows users to query, download and share maps and graphs of interstate moves by residents and actively practicing physicians in 35 specialties. Data can be used by state and federal policy makers to understand… Read more »
Protected: The Future Supply and Demand of Physicians in the Charlotte Region and Rest of North Carolina, 2017-2035
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How Might the Move Toward a Baccalaureate-Prepared Nursing Workforce Affect the Supply of Nurses in Rural and Underserved Communities?
Authors: Erica Richman, PhD, MSW; Julie Spero, MSPH; Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP Presentation at Academy Health’s Annual Research Meeting June 27, 2016 Presentation Overview: We will use North Carolina to frame challenges and opportunities regarding: Current nursing workforce “Education mobility” nurses — those who entered workforce with ADN and have gone on to BSN… Read more »
Author: Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP Presentation to NCGA Joint Legislative Workforce Development System Reform Oversight Committee March 1, 2016 Presentation Overview: Basic statistics on licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, nurse practitioners and certified nurse midwives Education Supply Distribution Challenges facing NC’s nursing workforce Maldistribution by geography and setting Lack of diversity The shift to… Read more »
Authors: Tom Bacon, DrPH; Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP; Julie Spero, MSPH May 6, 2016 Presentation at AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference Presentation Overview: Describe effort to establish a new medical school in Charlotte, NC Use as case study to show power of data to inform policy Present results of a new report done on the… Read more »
Kathryn A. Lavoie, James Terry, Katie Gaul, Julie C. Spero, & Erin P. Fraher June 2016 The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research’s Program on Health Workforce Research & Policy present a report on trends in residency location for physicians in active practice in North Carolina from 2000 to 2014.
Future of Community College Nursing Education Meeting North Carolina Community College System Part 1 •The NC Health Professions Data System: who are we and why should you trust our data? •Do we (will we) have a nursing shortage in North Carolina? •The current nursing workforce—how do ADN nurses differ from nurses with a baccalaureate degree… Read more »
The RIBN Journey: Into the Future Greensboro, North Carolina The future nursing workforce in North Carolina: new roles in a transformed health system Erin Fraher, PhD MPP with Erica Richman, PhD MSW and Katie Gaul, MA March 17, 2015
Should North Carolina open a school of optometry? This report presents the status of the optometry workforce in North Carolina, including supply and distribution, demographics, and practice characteristics. Key Findings: North Carolina Has a Strong Supply of Optometrists The Ratio of North Carolina Optometrists Varies Significantly by County The Demographics of the Optometrist Workforce are Changing… Read more »
Medical School and Postgraduate Training Fact Sheet.
An examination of the supply, distribution, demographic and practice characteristics of active physicians and non-physician practitioners who delivered obstetric care in 1998.
A comparison of demographic, geographic and practice characteristics of licensed North Carolina physicians by location of medical school and residency training.
Is there a shortage of pharmacists in North Carolina? This document presents what is currently known about the supply and distribution of the pharmacist workforce in North Carolina.
Medical School and Residency Training A comparison of demographic, geographic and practice characteristics of licensed North Carolina physicians by location of medical school and residency training.