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Methodology

Methodology refers to the analytic techniques used to examine data in order to obtain useful information. Health workforce researchers employ a variety of methods to analyze data including basic counts of practitioners and complex supply and demand projection models.

January 4, 2022
In this video David Armstrong, PhD, reviews the resident exit survey process in New York State.
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January 4, 2022
In this video Komal Kochhar, MBBS, MHA, discusses the resident exit survey at the Indiana State University of Medicine.
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January 4, 2022
In this video Ed Salsberg, MPA, FAAN, provides us an overview of the exit survey process.
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Authors: Julianna C Long | Paul Delamater | Mark Holmes

Topics: Methodology, Rural Health

November 8, 2021
This article explores 8 federal rural definitions and the degree to which they identify the same areas as rural. Rural-urban disparities across socioeconomic, demographic, and health access and outcome measures are also evaluated.
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August 3, 2021
This webinar explores 8 federal rural definitions and the degree to which they identify the same areas as rural. Rural-urban disparities across socioeconomic, demographic, and health access and outcome measures are also evaluated.
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