May 5, 2017 Andy Knapton, MSc; Erin Fraher; PhD, MPP Presentation to the 13th Annual AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference Presentation Overview Numerous forecasts have projected a future shortage of physicians. These forecasts have struggled to quantify the effect that the expanding supply of NPs and PAs will have on physician demand in the future…. 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 »
Erin Fraher MPP, PhD Presentation to the NCGA Joint Legislative Workforce Development System Reform Oversight Committee March 1, 2016
The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research publishes the North Carolina Health Professions Data Book which is widely used by state officials, researchers, and professionals in the health care industry as the official source of health professions statistics. The annual publication includes state-, region-, and county-level statistics, as well as demographic and health-related… Read more »
February 2015 Christine M. Everett, PhD, MPH, PA-C; Brandt Leach, MS; Perri Morgan, PhD, PA-C Executive Summary: Team‐based care involving physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) is one recommended strategy for improving access and quality and reducing cost in the patient‐centered medical home (PCMH). PAs and NPs can, and do, perform a variety… Read more »
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 »
Nurse Practitioner Profile Longitudinal Data 1979-2013
Charlotte AHEC Regional Nursing Deans and Directors Meeting September 11, 2014 Background on the NC Health Professions Data System Licensed Practical Nurses Registered Nurses Nurse Practitioner Specialty Definitions Certified Nurse Midwifery data presented at NC General Assembly in Feb 2014
Comparison of Specialty Distribution of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in North Carolina, 1997-2013
Perri Morgan, PhD, PA-C; Anna Johnson, PhD, MSPH; Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP March 2015 Research Brief Key Findings: NPs and PAs are a flexible workforce that the nation can draw upon to meet emerging healthcare needs There are important similarities and differences between NPs and PAs that should be considered in workforce policy design Future research… Read more »
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This Twenty-Year Profile report brings together 20 years of data published in the NC Health Professions Data Books on the supply and distribution of practitioners in 16 categories of health care professions in North Carolina in an effort to develop a more complete picture of access to health care in the state. View full publication,… Read more »
Current Trends, Future Directions The third report in a series on Allied Health Professions in North Carolina. This report provides the short to medium-term outlook for the HIM workforce in our state.
1990-2001 An examination of the supply of NPs and PAs relative to physicians in North Carolina’s metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties, and in counties of the state that have persistently been designated as health professional shortage areas.
This report brings together 27 years of data published in the NC Health Professions Data Books on the supply and distribution of practitioners in 18 categories of health care professions in North Carolina. Includes maps, charts and tables.
An examination of the race and ethnicity of licensed health professions in North Carolina.