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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Allen SM, Ballweg RA, Cosgrove EM, Engle KA, Robinson LR, Rosenblatt RA, Skillman SM, Wenrich MD. Challenges and opportunities in building a sustainable rural primary care workforce in alignment with the Affordable Care Act: the WWAMI Program as a case study. Acad Med. Dec 2013;88(12):1862-1869. Available from Academic Medicine.
Skillman SM. Washington's health workforce: meeting the state's needs. Presented at a National Governors Association-sponsored Technical Assistance Retreat, SeaTac, Washington, 9/5/13.
Skillman SM. Health workforce planning: meeting the needs of Montana's communities and health care systems. Presented at National Governors' Association-Sponsored Technical Assistance Retreat, Helena, Montana, 8/13/13.
Palazzo L, Skillman SM, Basye A, Morrison CC. Health workforce demand in Washington State: employers' current and expected needs for home care aides, medical assistants, nursing assistants certified, licensed practical nurses, associate's degree registered nurses. Final Report #145. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Jul 2013. Full report.
Skillman SM. The future of Washington's healthcare workforce: managing change and repairing collapsed bridges. Invited presentation at The Future of Healthcare in Washington Conference, Bellevue, Washington, 6/19/13.