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.
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.
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.
A Report of the Technical Panel on the Radiologic Sciences Workforce An examination of the adequacy and supply of practitioners who utilize radiation in imaging or therapy services, which includes: radiologic technologists, radiation therapists, nuclear medicine technologists, and technologists who operate computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MRI), mammography, positron emission tomography (PET), cardiovascular international (CV),… Read more »
1992-2002 An examination in the supply, distribution, education and demographic characteristics of anesthesia providers in North Carolina from 1992 to 2002.
A Focus on the Respiratory Therapy Workforce An assessment of North Carolina’s respiratory therapy workforce and its educational programs.
A Focus on the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Workforce An assessment of North Carolina’s clinical lab sciences workforce and its educational programs.
Pressing Issues in the Context of Mental Health Reform
1996-2005 A report describing the supply and distribution of dentists 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.
A report describing the supply and distribution of pharmacists in North Carolina through 2008.
An examination of the race and ethnicity of licensed health professions in North Carolina.
Model Overview With a grant from the Physicians Foundation, the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research (Sheps Center) is developing a dynamic, open-source, web-based tool to project physician supply and demand and estimates of shortages in the United States. The model will be intuitive, easy to use, customizable, and freely available to all… Read more »