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.
CANCELED: 16th Annual AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference
The 16th Annual AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference, scheduled for May 6-8, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency Bethesda in Bethesda, Maryland has been canceled.The AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference is the premier opportunity for researchers, educators, and policymakers to meet and discuss state and federal health workforce issues. The 2020 AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference theme is Mapping Health Care’s Future: Drawing on Health Workforce Research to Imagine Where Health Care Can Go.
- January 8, 2020: Submissions closed
- March 6, 2020: Authors are notified of paper accepted into paper sessions and poster sessions
- March 13, 2020: Authors confirm their attendance
- March 13, 2020: Registration opens
- April 3, 2020: Last day for early-bird registration, last day for presenter, moderators to register
- May 6-8, 2020: Conference
*Dates are subject to change.
For more information, contact the AAMC Health Workforce team at email@example.com.
Previous Health Workforce Research Conferences
Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce
AAMC’s Annual Meeting, Learn Serve Lead, was held in Phoenix, Arizona, November 8-12, 2019. On Saturday, November 9, AAMC’s Director of Workforce Studies, Michael Dill, delivered the Annual Address on the State of the Physician Workforce. He provided 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 included available information and the most recent data on the physician workforce, including trainees, practitioners, and faculty as appropriate. He also presented new data and trends in trainee and workforce diversity, current data and research on access to care, especially for vulnerable populations. The session also featured new data from AAMC's National Sample Survey of Physicians.