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Critical Challenges: Revitalizing the Health Professions for the Twenty-First Century

American health care is experiencing fundamental change. What was recently conceived as a set of policy changes for reform is now being lent the form and weight of institutional reality by the...

Author(s): The Pew Health Professions Commission
Date: Dec. 01, 1995

Reforming Health Care Workforce Regulation: Policy Considerations for the 21st Century

Though it has served us well in the past, health care workforce regulation is out of step with today’s health care needs and expectations. It is criticized for increasing costs, restricting...

Author(s): Leonard Finocchio, Catherine Dower, Theresa McMahon, Christine Gragnola, The Taskforce on Health Care Workforce Regulation
Date: Dec. 01, 1995

Shifting the Supply of Our Health Care Workforce

Current physician workforce trends indicate a need to reform federal graduate medical education (GME) policy to better align policy with market signals and the public interest. The transformation of...

Author(s): The Pew Health Professions Commission
Date: Oct. 01, 1995

Health Professions Education and Relationship-centered Care

The biomedical model has formed the foundation and defined the character of contemporary American medical practice and education. There is a growing perception, however, that the biomedical model...

Author(s): Carol Tresolini, the Pew-Fetzer Task Force
Date: Dec. 01, 1994

Admissions, Recruitment and Retention: Finding and Keeping the Generalist-Oriented Student

As the country strives to produce larger numbers of generalist physicians, considerable controversy has arisen over whether or not generalist applicants can be identified, recruited, and influenced...

Author(s): Mark Linzer, Thomas Slavin, Sunita Mutha, John Takayama, Luis Branda, Selma VanEyck, Julia McMurray, Howard Rabinowitz, SGIM Task Force on Career Choice in Primary Care and Internal Medicine
Source: PubMed
Date: Apr. 01, 1994

Charting a Course for the 21st Century: The Future of Midwifery

For several decades, researchers, policy analysts and consumer advocates have consistently found that the care provided by midwives differs from the medical model of care in ways that benefit women...

Author(s): Catherine Dower, Janet Miller, Ed O'Neil, The Taskforce on Midwifery
Date: Apr 1994

From Affirmative Action to Health: A Critical Appraisal of the Literature Regarding the Impact of Affirmative Action

Affirmative action has been used by institutions and individuals in the United States since the 1960s to increase the participation of women and racial and ethnic minorities in employment,...

Author(s): Catherine Dower, Gale Berkowitz, Kevin Grumbach, Carrie Wong
Date: Apr 1994

Strategies for Increasing Physician Supply in Medically Underserved Communities in California

Report that summarizes findings from literature on successful strategies for increasing the numbers of physicians practicing in medically underserved areas. Full Publication

Author(s): Kevin Grumbach, Janet M. Coffman, Ruth Liu, Elizabeth Mertz
Source: ResearchGate
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