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Compendium of Federal Data Sources to Support Health Workforce Analysis

Topics: Data Collection, Health Workforce Models and Projections

December 7, 2022
This compendium provides a summary of 45 federal data sources that can be used to support health workforce analysis.
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HWRCs’ Annual Report, 2022

Topics: Dissemination of Information, Resources for HRSA Project Officers

December 2, 2022
The 2022 HWRCs’ Annual Report captures all of the HRSA-sponsored work conducted by the HWRCs throughout the past year.
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State Health Workforce Data Collection Inventory

Topics: Data Collection, Data Visualization, Methodology

November 1, 2022

The State Health Workforce Data Collection Inventory describes findings from a survey about data collection on health workforce supply (eg, demographic, education, and practice characteristics of health professionals), demand (eg, vacancies and employer recruitment and retention difficulties), and the education pipeline (eg, graduation rates and trainee/graduate characteristics). The data collection survey is ongoing and the […]

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Registered Nurse Education Programs in New York and Utah

Authors: David Armstrong | Clark Ruttinger, MPA, MBA | Maa'isa Cleaves

Topics: COVID-19, Education and Training, Nursing

August 9, 2022
This report assesses the impact of COVID-19 on registered nursing education programs in New York and Utah, helping stakeholders better understand pandemic-related challenges faced by RN education programs and the strategies used to address them.
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Health Professions Regulation in the US

Topics: Scope of Practice (SOP)

February 22, 2022

A key goal of health reform in the US is to improve population health through expanded access to health insurance. Demand for high-quality, cost-effective, basic health services is anticipated to grow, particularly for underserved populations. However, there is also growing concern about the impact of health professions scope of practice on access, quality, and cost […]

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