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Meetings and Presentations

Every year, workforce studies presents data and analysis and convenes workforce community leaders at two annual events: the Annual AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference in May and the AAMC Annual Meeting in November.

AAMC Annual Health Workforce Research Conference

15th Annual AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference
May 1-3, 2019
The Westin Alexandria
Alexandria, Va.

 Developing a health workforce for 2030 and beyond

  • How do we train and prepare the current and future workforce to meet current and future needs? To skillfully deploy current and future technologies? To work effectively in current and future health care systems? How do we train and educate the workforce to keep up with the pace of change? How do we reconfigure training and education to keep up with the pace of change?
  • What workforce do we need, where do we need them, and doing what, in order to have fewer disparities in the future?
  • What partnerships are needed to connect the health workforce with the communities they serve in order to achieve fewer disparities and better health in communities across the country?

Questions? Please contact workforce@aamc.org.

Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce

AAMC’s Annual Meeting, Learn Serve Lead, will be in Austin, Texas, November 2-6, 2018. On Saturday, November 3, at 10:30 a.m., AAMC’s Director of Workforce Studies, Michael Dill, will deliver the Annual Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce. He will provide an overview of the latest physician workforce projections and multiple factors that influence workforce needs, including undergraduate and graduate medical education (UME and GME) trends; the workforce implications of emerging trends such as integrating new team members into care, work hours, and retirement; and the growth in telehealth use. The 2018 Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce will include the most recent data on the physician workforce, including trainees, practitioners, and faculty as appropriate. New data and trends in trainee and workforce diversity will be presented, as will current data and research on access to care, especially for vulnerable populations.

Key Takeaways:

  • Factors affecting physician workforce projections
  • Trends in physician workforce diversity
  • Characteristics associated with barriers to health care access

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