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Bianca Frogner, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Director, Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington School of Medicine

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June 30, 2021
This webinar explores an online course on implicit bias for academic teaching faculty and others developed by the University of Washington.
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Presenters: Bianca Frogner

Topics: COVID-19, Data Collection

June 14, 2021
This policy brief focuses on 6 clinical lab occupations (medical laboratory assistants, phlebotomists, histotechnicians, histotechnologists, medical laboratory technicians, and medical laboratory scientists) to provide a better understanding of the clinical laboratory workforce, as well as state responses to the pandemic for this workforce.
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Presenters: Bianca Frogner

Topics: COVID-19, Health Workforce Models and Projections, Scope of Practice (SOP), Staffing, Workforce Demand, Workforce Supply

June 2, 2021
This brief defines the range of work statuses that one can hold, identifies areas where overlap may create confusion, and discusses the potential long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment in the health care industry.
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Authors: Bianca Frogner

Topics: Diversity, Education and Training, Nursing, Staffing

April 20, 2021
This article provides details on Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) graduates by race/ethnicity and how these findings correlate to financial aid between 2012 and 2018.
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COVID-19 and the Health Workforce

Authors: Bianca Frogner

Topics: COVID-19, Health Workforce Journal Supplement, Long-Term Care, Nursing, Oral Health, Primary Care

February 4, 2021
This commentary describes the articles included in the health workforce research journal supplement of Medical Care Research and Review. It discusses how the issues raised by the authors relate to the COVID-19 pandemic and rapidly changing health care environment.
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