About Us

Learn more about the University of Washington Center for Health Workforce Studies (UW CHWS).

Studies

Descriptions of completed and in-progress health workforce studies by UW CHWS.

Publications

Links to findings from research studies by UW CHWS.

Presentations

Presentations and posters from research studies by UW CHWS

Research Partner

Rural Health Research Center

CHWS Newsletter

 
View current and past issues of our quarterly newsletter to learn more about how our work is helping shape the health workforce.

The University of Washington Center for Health Workforce Studies (UW CHWS) was established in 1998 with funding from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). It is based in the Research Section of the Department of Family Medicine, part of the University of Washington School of Medicine. UW CHWS houses one of six Health Workforce Research Centers (HWRCs) across the U.S. funded by the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis at HRSA. Each HWRC focuses on a specific aspect of the health workforce. UW’s HWRC is addressing the allied health workforce.


Recent Presentations

Frogner BK Regional Physician Workforce WWAMI GME Summit, Spokane, WARead More
Skillman SM, Copp K, Hoff K, Loney K, Easton M AHECs Support Rural Communities in Health Workforce Development Northwest Rural Health Conference, Spokane, WARead More
Patterson DG, Frogner BK, Stover B Immigrants in Health Care Jobs in the Rural Northwest Northwest Rural Health Conference, Spokane, WARead More

Recent Publications

Skillman SM, Snyder CR, Frogner BK, Patterson DG The behavioral health workforce needed for integration with primary care: Information for health workforce planning Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington Read More
Frogner BK, Skillman SM Pathways to middle skilled allied health occupations Committee on the Supply Chain for Middle-skill Jobs: Education, Training and Certification Pathways of the National Academies of Sciences/Engineering/Medicine. Washington, DC Read More
Patterson DG, Andrilla CHA, Skillman SM, Hanscom J The impact of Medicaid primary care payment increases in Washington state Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington Read More