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 »
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 »
2000 Report of the Technical Panel on Physical Therapy Workforce.
The Speech-Language Pathology Workforce in North Carolina Report of the Technical Panel on Speech-Language Pathology Workforce.
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.
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.
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.
Evidence from the 2002 Cohort This study was undertaken at the request of the North Carolina Community College System to examine factors contributing to the success of ADN programs in NC community colleges. It expands the current evidence base that can be used to inform efforts to reduce student attrition.
Challenges and Next Steps Anticipating an increase in the demand for physician services in the near future, North Carolina’s two public medical schools recently increased their enrollment. In 2010, The University of North Carolina began to expand their entering classes from 160 entering positions to 180 positions by 2012. UNC also added regional placements in… Read more »
Executive Summary (February 2014) This study of the pharmacy workforce in NC was conducted by the Program on Health Workforce Research and Policy at the Cecil G. Sheps Center (Sheps Center) in response to a request by the University of North Carolina General Administration. Key Findings: NC Has a Strong Supply of Pharmacists The Pharmacist… Read more »
North Carolina’s Innovative Strategy to Confront the Challenge What Motivated this Project? Project Goals and Products Results and Outcomes Challenges How to Improve Workforce Planning Efforts
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Purpose is to provide an overview of the lessons learned from collecting allied health workforce data: What have we learned? What has gone well and what hasn’t gone so well? How can you collect workforce data to shape allied health workforce policy in your state?
Policy context and dilemmas Medical student tracking in NC: history, data sources, methods Findings: retention of NC medical students five years out Discussion and lessons learned Future directions
Policy context of allied health What can NC learn from New Zealand? Allied health job vacancy tracking report: demand-side data Are We Creating Intelligence