Every year, the AAMC convenes workforce community leaders at two annual events – the AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference (May) and Learn Serve Lead: The AAMC Annual Meeting (November) – to present data and analysis and engage conversations on the health care workforce.
AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference
Thank you to all who joined us for the 2022 AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference that connected health workforce researchers, educators, and policymakers, with diversity and inclusion professionals to jointly address state and federal health workforce issues. Those who registered can still access all the recorded session content.
The 2023 AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference will be convened in Washington, DC, with options for virtual attendance. The theme for 2023 is The Next Normal: How Do We Make It Better for the Health Workforce?"
Stay tuned for more details about the 2023 meeting.
For more information, contact the AAMC Health Workforce team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous Health Workforce Research Conferences
Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce
AAMC’s Annual Meeting, Learn Serve Lead, features an address from AAMC’s Director of Workforce Studies, Michael Dill. The Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce provides an overview of the latest physician workforce projections and the multiple factors that influenced workforce needs, including undergraduate and graduate medical education (UME and GME) trends, the workforce implications of emerging trends, such as work hours and retirement, and the growth in telehealth use. Mr. Dill includes the most current information and the most recent data on the physician workforce, including trainees, practitioners, and faculty as appropriate. He also presents new data and trends in trainee and workforce diversity, and current data and research on access to care, especially for vulnerable populations. The session also features the newest data from AAMC's Consumer Survey of Health Care Access and AAMC’s National Sample Survey of Physicians.