Key Issues / Health Care Workforce
The Practice of Dentistry in Colorado: Are There Differences Between Urban and Rural Practicing Dentists?May 1, 2010
An examination of the characteristics of Colorado’s dentists, including their practice patterns and perspectives on access, essential to determining whether the oral health needs of Coloradans currently are being met and likely to be met in the future.
This matrix describes educational requirements, licensure, dementia/Alzheimer's-specific training, core competencies and best practice recommendations for different health care professions.
An overview of CHI's study of workforce diversity, educational pipelines, aging workers, career ladders and scopes of practice, and collaborative models of care for three primary care health professionals – physicians, nurses and oral health providers.
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A survey of approximately 3,000 licensed RNs focusing on education, clinical experiences, job satisfaction, practice setting, time spent on various duties, future career plans and interest in becoming a nursing faculty member.
A glossary of the myriad terms and acronyms that are part of the ongoing health care reform discussions.
This publication reports on findings from the Colorado Health Institute’s 2005 workforce survey of licensed pharmacists in Colorado and is set in the context of supply and demand issues facing Colorado’s health professions workforce.
Overview of the Long-Term Care Health Workforce in Colorado: Colorado Alzheimer’s Coordinating CouncilJuly 1, 2009
Describing and quantifying Colorado's long-term care health workforce.