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Benjamin Stubbs, MPH

Research Scientist, Department of Family Medicine and the Collaborative for Rural Primary care Research, Education and Practice (Rural PREP) and The Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) University of Washington

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Authors: Susan Skillman | Bianca Frogner | Arati Dahal | Benjamin Stubbs | Grace Guenther

Topics: COVID-19, Education and Training, Workforce Demand, Workforce Supply

April 16, 2020
This brief describes the supply, distribution, education pathways, as well as COVID-19 emergency concerns about the respiratory therapist workforce capacity and examples of state approaches addressing workforce gaps.
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Authors: Bianca Frogner | Benjamin Stubbs | Susan Skillman

Topics: Allied Health, Education and Training

August 1, 2018
This report identifies how 5 domains of emerging roles in healthcare have been incorporated into the job titles and descriptions of healthcare occupations by using Real Time Labor Market Information from LinkUp, a job search engine company.
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May 23, 2018
During this webinar, the presenters discuss some of the considerations necessary for preparing and presenting health workforce demand data using online interactive dashboards, based on their experience with the Washington State Health Workforce Sentinel Network.
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Authors: Benjamin Stubbs | Bianca Frogner | Susan Skillman

Topics: Allied Health, Workforce Demand

February 1, 2017
This report helps to understand the value and limitations of Real-Time Labor Market Information (RT-LMI) for monitoring health workforce demand, including allied health professions.
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Authors: Susan Skillman | Arati Dahal | Bianca Frogner | Benjamin Stubbs

Topics: Allied Health, Behavioral Health, Oral Health

December 1, 2016
This report compares national estimates of the supply and characteristics of 9 types of allied health workers drawn from 4 publicly available national data sources.
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