Distribution of critical care physician workforce in North Carolina
Does NC have the critical care nursing workforce needed to combat COVID-19?
North Carolina’s Respiratory Therapist Workforce: Availability to treat COVID-19
Primary Care Access in North Carolina is Not Equally Distributed
COVID-19, Primary Care, and Infectious Disease Physicians in NC
How diverse is NC's obstetric delivery workforce?
What do we know about NC's GME outcomes?
The ratio of physicians-to-population is increasing in NC, but most of the increase is in urban areas.
Where do NC’s international medical graduates come from?
37% of NC occupational therapists were trained in state. What about the rest?
There are more younger dentists than older dentists in urban NC counties.
Maternal and Fetal Medicine physicians tend to be concentrated in metropolitan counties.
How many nurse practitioner and physician assistant schools are in NC?
How rapidly have physicians, PAs, and NPs grown in rural and urban counties in NC?
Compared to non-AHEC residents, a higher percentage of NC AHEC residents are practicing in NC
Where are psychiatrists practicing in North Carolina?
A quarter of psychologists are 65 or older, but a large and mostly female cohort are earlier in their careers.
What percentage of the residents in your county are 65 and older?
The rural physician workforce is aging at a faster pace than the urban workforce.
How many graduates from NC medical schools were practicing in primary care in NC five years after graduating?
Does a medical school's mission affect where its graduates practice?
Which medical schools retain the highest percentage of graduates in NC?
North Carolina added 551 new dentists between 2013 and 2017. Where did they go?
Investigate the supply of North Carolina physicians with an interactive beeswarm plot.
NC health professionals are less racially and ethnically diverse than the general population.
Most NC health care jobs are in allied health, nursing, or are aides/attendants
Retirees will soon be more numerous than children in rural North Carolina.
In 2009, employment in health care and social services surpassed employment in manufacturing.
Findings suggest NC workforce is similar to the national one in terms of hospital employment setting.
Compare the age distributions of health professionals in metro and rural areas.
See how different health professions have grown over time.
Look at the population structure for different health professions.
Investigate the supply of health professionals in North Carolina.