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This report highlights emerging trends and provides perspective on the veterinary workforce and schools of veterinary medicine across California and the nation.
The landscape for pharmacy education has changed dramatically in recent years, as rapid growth in new schools and student enrollment has eased state and regional workforce shortages.
Enrollment in U.S. health professional schools has increased significantly in medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health. This overview provides a “snapshot” in time of a landscape that is undergoing major change.
Presentation: Forecasting the Supply and Demand for Physicians in California Through 2015: Results of the Study by the Center for Health Workforce Studies, University at Albany.
Final Report of the President's Advisory Council on Future Growth in the Health Professions.
An overview of the outcome of the HSC’s analysis and review of California’s health workforce needs as they relate to enrollment planning for UC health sciences programs.
Improving Health Care Access in the San Joaquin Valley: A Regional Approach through Collaboration and Innovation PDFApril 2018
This report provides detailed information and recommendations on a variety of strategies to help improve access to care for residents of the San Joaquin Valley (SJV). As part of this work, the UC Office of the President partnered with the Healthforce Center at UC San Francisco to conduct an assessment of the health workforce needs in the SJV and to establish a baseline from which progress can be measured.
The San Joaquin Valley is one of fastest growing, poorest, and least healthy regions of California. The region has historically suffered from a shortage of physicians and other critical segments of the region’s health professions workforce also may not be adequate to meet the region’s needs. This report analyzes current data describing characteristics of the region’s supply and demand for health professionals to assess whether the workforce will be adequate to meet the region’s future demand for health professionals.