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Murawski, M., and others.  Advanced-practice pharmacists: practice characteristics and reimbursement of pharmacists certified for collaborative clinical practice in New Mexico and North Carolina.  American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;68(24):2341-2350, Dec. 15, 2011.

Nissen, L.  Pharmacist prescribing: what are the next steps?  American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;68(24):2357-2361, Dec. 15, 2011. 

Auerbach, D., Buerhaus, P., and Staiger, D.  Registered nurse supply grows faster than projected amid surge in new entrants ages 23-26.  Health Affairs.  30(12):2286-2292, Dec. 2011.

Thorn, P.M., and Raj, J.M.  A culture of coaching: achieving peak performance of individuals and teams in academic health centers.  Academic Medicine;87(11):1482-1483, Nov. 2011.

2011 State Physician Workforce Data Book.  Center for Workforce Studies.  Washington: Association of American Medical Colleges, Nov. 2011.

Data Brief.  Hospitals Must Take Further Steps to Address Workforce Demands as Today's Shortage Grow and the Future Holds More Severe Shortages.  Orlando, FL:  Florida Hospital Association.  Nov. 2011.

Hing, E., and Uddin, S.  Physician Assistant and Advance Practice Nurse Care in Hospital Outpatient Departments:  United States, 2008-2009.  Washington:  U.S. Department of Health and Human, Nov. 2011.

Keckley, P., and others.  The Complexities of National Health Care Workforce PlanningExecutive Summary.  Washington:  Bipartisan Policy Center, October 18, 2011.

Brassard, A.  Removing Barriers to Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Care: Home Health and Hospice Services.  Washington, DC:  AARP Public Policy Institute. Oct. 2011.

Analysts:  Hospital Mass Layoffs on the Rise.  Daily Briefing.  Sept. 30, 2011.

Teitelbaum, J.  Public and Allied Health Workforce.  Princeton, NJ:  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Sept. 2011.

Implementing the IOM Future of Nursing Report - Part I:  How to Dramatically Increase the Formal Education of America's Nursing Workforce by 2020.  Princeton, NJ:  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Sept. 2011.

Best Employers for Workers Over 50-2011 Winners.  Washington:  AARP, Sept. 2011.

Larson, D.  Fighting pharmacist shortages with an E-solution.  H&HN.  Aug. 29, 2011.

Brewer, C., and others.  Predictors of actual turnover in a national sample of newly licensed registered nurses employed in hospitals.  Journal of Advanced Nursing.  Aug. 16, 2011.

Recent Studies and Reports on Physician Shortages in the US.  Washington:  Center for Workforce Studies, Association of American Medical Colleges, Aug. 2011.

Commins, J.  Nurse retention strategies a growing priority.  HealthLeaders Media.  July 11, 2011

Hendren, R.  5 ways to retain new graduate nurses.  HealthLeaders Media.  July 5, 2011.

Bowblis, J.  Staffing ratiosand quality:  An analysis of minimum direct care staffing requirements for nursing homes.  Health Services Research.  May 24, 2011.;jsessionid=3EB94B83CCB0CEB2112D996FA819DE9B.d03t01

ASQ Market Research.  Healthcare Staffing Shortage Survey Report 2011.  Milwaukee, WI: ASQ, May 2011.

Szabo, J.  Rural hospitals look near and far for allied health professionals.  H&HN.  May 5, 2011.

Ackerly, D.,C., and others.  Training the next generation of physician-executives: an innovative residency pathway in management and leadership.  Academic Medicine;86(5):575-579, May 2011.

Charles, A.G., and others.  Increasing the number of trainees in general surgery residencies: is there capacity?  Academic Medicine;86(5):599-604, May 2011.

Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice.  Washington:  American Association of Colleges of Nursing.  May, 2011.

Petterson, S., and others.  Accounting for graduate medical education production of primary care physicians and general surgeons: timing of measurement matters.  Academic Medicine;86(5):605-608, May 2011. 

Health Care Workforce:  Future Supply vs. Demand.  Washington:  Alliance for Health Reform.  Apr. 2011.

Cunningham, P.  Research Brief.  State Variation in Primary Care Physician Supply:  Implications for Halth Reform Medicaid Expansions.  No. 19.  Washington:  Center for Studying Health System Change.  Mar. 2011.

Commins, J.  Hospital mass layoffs off record pace in 2010.  HealthLeaders Media.  Jan. 27, 2011.

Tarkan, L.  As doctors age, worries about their ability grow.  New York Times. Jan. 24, 2011.

Carlson, J.  Court: residents are workers.  Modern Healthcare;41(3):16, Jan. 17, 2011.

Cheung, K.  Physician shortage to quadruple within decade, AAMC says.  HealthLeaders Media.  Jan.4, 2011.

Help Wanted: New York’s Physician Shortage Continues to Worsen.  Rensselaer, NY:  Healthcare Association of New York State.  Jan. 2011.

Lacey, S.R., Teasley, S.L., and, Cox, K.S.  Development and testing of an organizational job satisfaction tool.  Journal of Nursing Administration;41(1):15-22, Jan. 2011.

Goldschmidt, K., and, Rust, D.  Onboarding advanced practice nurses: development of an orientation program in a cardiac center.  Journal of Nursing Administration;41(1):36-40, Jan. 2011.

Lewis, P.S., and, Malecha, A.  The impact of workplace incivility on the work environment, manager skill, and productivity.  Journal of Nursing Administration;41(1):41-47, Jan. 2011.

2011 Survey of Registered Nurses Job Satisfaction and Career Plans.  San Diego, CA:  AMN Healthcare, Inc.  2011.

2011 Working Mother 100 Best Companies.  Winter Park, FL:  Bonnier Corporation, 2011.

O'Brien, P., and Gostin, L.  Health Worker Shortages and Global Justice.  New York: Milbank Memorial Fund, 2011.

No Child Out of Reach.  Time to End the Health Worker Crisis.  London, UK:  Save the Children, 2011.

Advancing primary care. Council on Graduate Medical Education 20th Report, Dec. 2010.

Andreatta, P.B.  A typology for health care teams.  Health Care Management Review;35(3):345-354, Oct.-Dec. 2010.

Brazil, K., and others.  Organizational culture predicts job satisfaction and perceived clinical effectiveness in pediatric primary care practices.  Health Care Management Review;35(3):365-371, Oct.-Dec. 2010.

Bae, S.H., Mark, B., and Fried, B.  Use of temporary nurses and nurse and patient safety outcomes in acute care hospital units.  Health Care Management Review;35(3):333-344, Oct.-Dec. 2010.

Leggat, S.G., and others.  Nurse perceptions of the quality of patient care: confirming the importance of empowerment and job satisfaction.  Health Care Management Review;35(3):355-364, Oct.-Dec. 2010.

Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work 2010: Insights Video Interviews. Modern Healthcare, Nov. 22, 2010.

Davenport, T.H., Harris, J., and Shapiro, J.  Competing on talent analytics.  Harvard Business Review; 88(10):52-58, Oct. 2010.

Mulcahy, A.  How I did it: Xerox’s former CEO on why succession shouldn’t be a horse race.  Harvard Business Review; 88(10):47-51, Oct. 2010.

Commins, J.  Healthcare job postings drop, but demand steady.  HealthLeaders Media.  Sept. 30, 2010.

Hendren, R.  'Onboard' new nurses to prevent them from jumping ship.  HealthLeaders Media.  Sept. 7, 2010.

Szymczak, J.E., and others.  To leave or to lie?  Are concerns about a shift-work mentality and eroding professionalism as a result of duty-hour rules justified?  The Milbank Quarterly;88(3):350-381, Sept. 2010.

Arvantes, J. Commission Is Likely to Set Nation's Health Workforce Policies, Say Experts. AAFP News Now [American Association of Family Physicians], Aug. 25, 2010.

Has the nursing shortage disappeared?  HealthLeaders Media.  Aug. 10, 2010.

Fears, D.  Renewed effort to lure doctors to rural areas faces obstaclesWashington Post.  Aug. 9, 2010.

Clark, C. Filling the demand for mental health specialistsHealthLeaders Media.  Aug. 4, 2010. 

Cossman, J.S., and Street, D.  Policy, autonomy, and physician satisfaction.  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.  21(3):898-912, Aug. 2010.

Mulaik, M.W.  How to justify a dedicated radiology coder.  Radiology Management.  32(4):13-15, July/Aug. 2010.

Coulter, A.  Mentoring: a two-way street: small investment with big dividends.  HR Pulse:17-18, Summer 2010.

Coulter A.  Beyond the box: trends in effective succession planning.  HR Pulse:20-21, Summer 2010.

Thompson J., and Golden, T.  Learning by example: develop future leaders with on-the-job coaching.  HR Pulse:22-23, Summer 2010.

Martel, Y.  Effective employee coaching: it starts with HR.  HR Pulse:25-27, Summer 2010.

O’Brien, M.  Quicksilver on-boarding: a new health care execute has no time to waste.  HR Pulse:29-30, 32, Summer 2010.

Behrens, W.  Managing millennials: make the most of young people entering the workforce.  HR Pulse:33-34, Summer 2010.

Creel, T.  Child care in health care: taking the lead on hospital-based programs.  HR Pulse:35-36, Summer 2010.

Fisher, B.  Verifying employee credentials.  Provider.  36(7):33-35, July 2010.

The ROI of retention: Health systems create customized work plansHealthLeaders Media.  June 4, 2010.

Physician Shortages to Worsen Without Increases in Residency Training.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges.  June, 2010.

Radiology Staffing Survey 2010 Albuquerque, NM:  American Society of Radiologic Technologists, June 2010.

Carnevale, A., and others.  Through Help Wanted Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements 2018.  Washington:  Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.  June, 2010.

Using Workforce Practices to Drive Quality Improvement: A Guide for Hospitals.  Rockville, MD:  Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, June 2010.

Hofmann, P.B.  Fulfilling disruptive-behavior policy objectives.  Healthcare Executive.  25(3):60, 62-63, May/June 2010.

Totten, M.K.  Nurses on healthcare boards.  Healthcare Executive.  25(3):84, 86-87, May/June 2010.

Malvey, D. Unionization in healthcare: background and trends. Journal of Healthcare Management. 55(3):154-157, May/June 2010.

Welch, S.  Understand physician culture to facilitate change.  Healthcare Executive. 25(3):92-95, May/June 2010.

Trocchio, J.  Focus on nursing: preparing for a new era.  Health Progress.  91(3):9-10, May/June 2010.

Dols, J.  Setting goals for better nursing.  Health Progress.  91(3):21-23, May/June 2010.

Duchene, P.M.  Magnet recognition: one hospital’s journey.  Health Progress.  91(3):29-33, May/June 2010.

Barr, F.  Nurse retention: turning the tide.  Health Progress.  91(3):39-42, May/June 2010.

At the bedside: keeping nurses close.  Health Progress.  91(3):44-47, May/June 2010.

Yanofchick, B.  Nurses make the mission flourish.  Health Progress.  91(3):62-63, May/June 2010.

Paquet, M., Gagnon, S.  “Collective climate” in hospital settings: a tool to better target work climate improvement strategies.  Healthcare Management Forum.  23(1):25-31, Spring 2010.

Shelton, D., Moore, K., and Wareham, L.  The roles, challenges and opportunities of the surgeon-in-chief.  Children’s Hospitals Today.  18:16-19, Spring 2010.

Demand continuing to grow for health it job training programsHealthBeat.  May 26,2010.

Kearns, S.  In the city some registered nurses may not make the cutHealth Leaders Media.  May 19, 2010.

Merrill, M.  Health IT hottest career trend for college graduates.  Home & News Industry News.  May 19, 2010.

Carlson, J.  Nurses in demand: reform law seeks to distribute primary resources.  Modern Healthcare.  40(20):12, May 17, 2010.

Trunfio, J.  Developing prospects: NJ system trains new leaders among ranks.  Modern Healthcare.  40(20):18, May 17, 2010.

Cantlupe, J.  Where have the internists goneHealthLeaders Media.  May 13,2010.

Clark, Cheryl.  Increasing U.S. medical school spots won’t increase physician supply.  Marblehead,  MA:  HealthLeaders Media,  May 11, 2010.

Bodenheimer, T., and Pham, H.H.  Primary care: current problems and proposed solutions.  Health Affairs.  29(5):799-805, May 2010.

Hooker, R.S., Cawley, J.F., and Leinweber, W.  Career flexibility of physician assistants and the potential for more primary care.  Health Affairs.  29(5):880-886, May 2010.

Morgan, P.A., and Hooker, R.S.  Choice of specialties among physician assistants in the United States.  Health Affairs.  29(5):887-891, May 2010.

Naylor, M.D., and Kurtzman, E.T.  The role of nurse practitioners in reinventing primary care.  Health Affairs.  29(5):893-899, May 2010.

Pohl, J.M., and others.  Unleashing nurse practitioners’ potential to deliver primary care and lead teams.  Health Affairs.  29(5):900-905, May 2010.

Smith, M., and others.  Why pharmacists belong in the medical home.  Health Affairs.  29(5):906-913, May 2010.

Increased CEO turnover linked to boomer retirements.  Trustee.  63(5):4, May 2010.

Scott, S.D., and others.  Caring for our own: deploying a systemwide second victim rapid response team.  The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  36(5):233-240, May 2010.

Martin, J., and Schmidt, C.  How to keep your top talent.  Harvard Business Review.  88(5):54-61, May 2010.

Erickson, T.J.  The leaders we need now.  Harvard Business Review.  88(5):63-66, May 2010.

Meister, J.C., and Willyerd, K.  Mentoring millennials.  Harvard Business Review.  88(5):68-72, May 2010.

Gacki-Smith, J, and others.  Violence against nurses working in US emergency departments.  Journal of Healthcare Protection Management.  26(1):81-99, Spring 2010.

Commins, J.  Are defined benefits plans on endangered list?  HealthLeaders Media.  Apr. 12, 2010.

Sataline, S., and Wang, S.  Medical schools can’t keep upThe Wall Street Journal Online.  Apr. 12, 2010.

McHugh, M., and others.  Focusing on staff to improve qualityHospitals & Health Networks Magazine.  Apr. 4, 2010.

National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses.  Rockville, MD:  Health Resources & Services Administration.  Mar. 17, 2010.

National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses.  Washington:  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Mar. 17, 2010.

The Nursing and Health Care Workforce in Colorado.  Denver,  CO:  Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence.  Mar. 2010.

Jenkins, M., Stewart, A.C.  The importance of a servant leader orientation.  Health Care Management Review.  35(1):46-54, Jan./Mar. 2010.

Fassler, M.  Melting pot management.  Modern Healthcare.  40(7):25, Feb. 15, 2010.

Lubell, J.  Calling up the reserves: hospitals, systems join up with the Army to help keep skilled staff in their ranks.  Modern Healthcare.  40(7):26-28, Feb. 15, 2010.

Rough, S.S., McDaniel, M., and Rinehart, J.R.  Effective use of workload and productivity monitoring tools in health-system pharmacy.  American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy.  67(4):300-311, Feb. 15, 2010.

Phillion, M.  Joint commission issues interim staffing effectiveness standards.  Marblehead, MA:  HealthLeaders Media.  Feb. 10, 2010.

Kearns, S.  Half of nurses plan career change, says survey.  Marblehead, MA:  HealthLeaders Media.  Feb. 9, 2010.

Carlson, J.  Struggling with shortages.  Modern Healthcare.  40(5):10, Feb. 1, 2010.

Policy Brief. International Migration of Health Workers: Improving International Co-Operation to Address the Global Health Workforce Crisis.  Washington:  Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), Feb. 2010.

Dumont, J. International migration of health workers: improving international co-operation to address the global health workforce crisis. Policy Brief. 1-8, Feb. 2010.

Ambler, M.  Preparing the next generation of nursing leaders: the AONE Nurse Manager Fellowship.  Nurse Leader.  8(1):26-28, Feb. 2010.

Creating a periop workforce strategy.  OR Manager.  26(2):10-11, Feb. 2010.

Dyess, S., and Sherman, R.O.  Nurse Leader.  8(1):29-33, Feb. 2010.

Harding, T.A., Sque, M.  Do leadership skills impact clinical decisions made by ward managers?  Nurse Leader.  8(1):42-45, Feb. 2010.

Harrington, L.  From talking the talk to walking the walk: the role of nurse leaders in nursing research.  Nurse Leader.  8(1):46-49, Feb. 2010.

Harton, B.B., Whichello, R.C., and Hammond, L.E.  Want keepers? Regularly recognize.  Nursing Management.  41(2):15-17, Feb. 2010.

Keeping the staffing pipeline open with tighter OR education budgets.  OR Manager.  26(2):1, 6-8, Feb. 2010.

Kirgan, M., and Golembeski, S.  Retaining an aging workforce by giving voice to older and experienced nurses.  Nurse Leader.  8(1):34-36, Feb. 2010.

Lemay, K., Campbell, P.  A bridge to better staffing: a dozen long term care providers join forces to resolve a nurse staffing crisis.  Provider.  36(2):40-42, Feb. 2010.

Muha, T.M., and Manion, J.  Using positive psychology to engage your staff during difficult times.  Nurse Leader.  8(1):50-54, Feb. 2010.

Porter-O’Grady, T., Clark, J.S., and Wiggins, M.S.  The case for clinical nursing leaders: guiding nursing practice into the 21st century.  Nurse Leader.  8(1):37-41, Feb. 2010.

Jasperson, D.B.  RadSurg wellness program: improving the work environment and the workforce team.  Radiology Management.  32(1):48-53, Jan./Feb. 2010.

Yoder, E.  Determining staffing needs.  Radiology Management.  32(1):56-57, Jan./Feb. 2010.

AHA eyes workforce strategies for new decade.  AHA News. 46(2):2, Jan. 25, 2010.

Workforce 2015: Strategy Trumps Shortage. Chicago: American Hospital Association, Jan. 2010.

Levine, C., and others.  Bridging troubled waters: family caregivers, transitions, and long-term care.  Health Affairs.  29(1):116-124, Jan. 2010.

Stone, R., and Harahan, M.F.  Improving the long-term care workforce serving older adults.  Health Affairs.  29(1):109-115, Jan. 2010.

Besheer, Z., and Ricci, C. Across the generations: responding to the baby boom healthcare leadership exodus. Healthcare Financial Management.  64(1):44-47, Jan. 2010.

Hospital Employee and Nurse Perspectives on American Health Care. South Bend, IN.  Press Ganey.  2010.

Building a More Engaged Health Care Workforce.  Boston, MA:  Harvard School of Public Health, 2010.

Larkin, H.  Who’ll run your it? Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine.  2010.

2010 Survey of Registered Nurses : Job Satisfaction and Career Plans.  San Diego, CA:  AMN Healthcare Inc.  2010.

100 best places to work in healthcareBecker's Hospital Review, 2010.

The Demand for Geriatric Care and the Evident Shortage of Geriatrics Healthcare Providers.  New York:  American Geriatrics Society, 2010.

Daugherty, R., and others.  An Analysis of the Labor Markets for Anesthesiology.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand Corporation, 2010.

Nurse Numbers Tell the Tale.  Princeton, NJ: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2010.


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