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The Center is a nationally and internationally recognized resource for original investigation into issues such as workforce planning, access to professionals, utilization, evaluation, and educational and regulatory reform.

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Mission Possible - Improving the Lives of All Older Adults in Marin: Needs and Assets Scan of Culturally Appropriate Services for Older Adults in Marin County

EXTERNAL PUBLICATION: The demographics of Marin County, California are changing. One of the most dramatic examples is the increase in the number of older adults. Between 2000 and 2010, the number of people over 60 years old living in Marin grew significantly, from 44,000 to 61,000, making this group 24% of the county’s population. Among... Read More

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Center Launches Survey Services - We offer customized data collection and analysis services to address critical health workforce issues. We have experience developing surveys and assessing results for professional organizations, government agencies, unions, foundations, hospitals, and health systems. Contact us at surveyadmin@thecenter.ucsf.edu.

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                            PROJECT HIGHLIGHT

The Health Workforce Tracking Collaborative (HWTC) began in 2005 as a partnership between three foundations - The California Wellness Foundation, The California Endowment, and the California HealthCare Foundation - and the Center for the Health Professions. Working together, the Collaborative identifies critical questions, collects needed data, evaluates progress, and makes assessments of efforts to improve and support California's health care workforce. Some HWTC projects include:

                   Diversity in the Health Professions

          Mapping Health Workforce Needs in California

                  California's Mental Health Workforce