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The 5 most recent study findings from the WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies that have been published or presented are displayed below. Additional study findings may be found on our studies and publications pages.

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Frogner, BK, Skillman SM. Pathways to middle skilled allied health occupations. Commissioned paper for the Committee on the Supply Chain for Middle-skill Jobs: Education, Training and Certification Pathways of the National Academies of Sciences/Engineering/Medicine. Washington, DC: The National Academies, September 2015. Full report

Skillman SM, Frogner BK. Health workforce planning in the WWAMI region. At: 2015 WWAMI Legislative Staff Tour, Boise-Seattle. Aug 12, 2015, Seattle, WA.

Frogner B, Frech III HE, Parente ST. What Do Health Care Efficiency Rankings Tell Us? Efficiency Ranking Among OECD Countries. Presentation at 10th World Congress of the International Health Economics Association, Milan, Italy, July 13-15, 2015.

Frogner B, Spetz J. Exit and Entry of Workers in Long-Term Care. Presentation at 2nd Economics of the Health Workforce Conference, Milan, Italy, July 12, 2015.

Snyder CR, Stover B, Skillman SM, Frogner BK. Facilitating racial and ethnic diversity in the health workforce. Seattle, WA:WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington, Jul 2015. Full report