Explore the latest in health care workforce, including physican, nurse, and other professional supply, diversity, and distribution.
This Medical News article discusses a movement to allow adequate family and medical leave for physicians in training.
This cost-effective analysis evaluates a proposal to expand the dental workforce through the National Health Service Corps to narrow health disparities and improve dental outcomes among children in the US.
This study assesses the consistency of information across publicly available physician directories from 5 large national health insurers.
This cohort study evaluates the association between surgeon gender and risk of maternal morbidity and postpartum hemorrhage after cesarean deliveries.
This cross-sectional study analyzes the geographic distribution of pediatric ophthalmologists in 2022 and compares the distribution to population demographic characteristics in the US.
This Viewpoint describes the pressure on neurology residents to pursue subspecialty training in a fellowship program even though the need for general neurologists is sizable and increasing.
This Viewpoint discusses the need for public funding for research that supports health workforce well-being and addresses occupational burnout among health care practitioners.
The Viewpoint describes the Community Transformation Track of the Community Health Access and Rural Transformation Model for improving financial stability at rural hospitals and its implications for rural surgical care.
This cross-sectional study investigates trends in racial and sex disparities in resident attrition among the surgical specialties.
This survey study explores how practicing male and female surgeons’ experiences with gender compare across career aspirations, gender-based discrimination, mentor-mentee relationships, perceived barriers, and recommendations for change.
This cross-sectional study examines trends in individual physician work hours and their contribution to clinical workforce changes over a 20-year period.
This Viewpoint discusses proposed pathways of modifying the medical education timeline that would aid in producing US physicians in a timelier manner.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the parental leave policies at ranked US medical schools, inclusive of birth, adoption, and foster care leave, in the context of other forms of leave.
This cross-sectional study evaluates representation of racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in medicine among students attending California medical schools based on whether the representation standard is calculated at the local, state, or national level.
This JAMA Forum discusses community models of perinatal care, workforce challenges, and policies to reduce maternity deserts.
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