State Incentive Programs that Encourage Allied Health Professionals to Provide Care for Rural and Underserved Populations

Difficulties in recruiting allied health professionals to rural and underserved areas are cause for concern given projections of increasing demand for numerous allied health occupations. Incentive programs are a common strategy to address health professional shortages. This report describes allied health incentive programs at the state level‚ÄĒtheir goals, policies, practices, and available data on their…

Examining Wage Disparities by Race and Ethnicity of Health Care Workers

Studies have shown that wage disparities exist across race and ethnicity within selected health care occupations. These wage disparities negatively affect the industry‚Äôs ability to recruit and retain a diverse workforce in varying fields. This article aims to determine whether wage disparities by race and ethnicity¬†persist across health care occupations and whether disparities vary across…

Using Experiential Education in Health Professions Training to Improve Health Equity: Lessons Learned From Interviews With Key Informants

Health researchers view social determinants of health as one of the underlying causes of health inequities in the United States. There has been an increasing demand for health professionals to become more educated about the role of social determinants of health‚ÄĒone strategy that addresses this is experiential education programs as part of health professions training….

Using Experiential Education in Health Professions Training to Improve Health Equity: Lessons Learned From Interviews With Key Informants

Health researchers view social determinants of health as one of the underlying causes of health inequities in the United States. There has been an increasing demand for health professionals to become more educated about the role of social determinants of health‚ÄĒone strategy that addresses this is experiential education programs as part of health professions training….

Examining Wage Disparities by Race and Ethnicity of Health Care Workers

Studies have shown that wage disparities exist across race and ethnicity within selected health care occupations. These wage disparities negatively affect the industry‚Äôs ability to recruit and retain a diverse workforce in varying fields. This article aims to determine whether wage disparities by race and ethnicity¬†persist across health care occupations and whether disparities vary across…

State Incentive Programs that Encourage Allied Health Professionals to Provide Care for Rural and Underserved Populations

Difficulties in recruiting allied health professionals to rural and underserved areas are cause for concern given projections of increasing demand for numerous allied health occupations. Incentive programs are a common strategy to address health professional shortages. This report describes allied health incentive programs at the state level‚ÄĒtheir goals, policies, practices, and available data on their…

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