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The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research (Sheps Center)

Description
Works to improve health for individuals, families, and populations by understanding the issues and available options in the design and delivery of healthcare services. Conducts research and provides technical assistance and training on related to policy, accessibility, cost and effectiveness of health care services.

Upcoming Events (4)

  • Interdisciplinary Seminar on Health Disparities, III of VI, Feb 4, 2020, view details
  • Interdisciplinary Seminar on Health Disparities, IV of VI, Mar 3, 2020, view details
  • Interdisciplinary Seminar on Health Disparities, V of VI, Apr 7, 2020, view details
  • Interdisciplinary Seminar on Health Disparities, VI of VI, May 5, 2020, view details

Resources (22)

  • An Analysis of Oral Health Disparities and Access to Services in the Appalachian Region, 12/2011, view details
  • Assessing Shifts in Outpatient Visits to Physicians of Other Specialties in Rural Areas with Shortages of Cardiologists and Gastroenterologists: A Preliminary Analysis, 04/2015, view details
  • Challenges for Rural Emergency Medical Services: Medical Oversight, 05/2008, view details
  • Diffusion of Physicians and Access To Primary Care: The Role of Person, Program, and Place, 10/2015, view details
  • Evaluation of a Potential New Health Sciences School at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke to Meet the Needs of the Region and State, 12/2017, view details
  • Exploring Bright Spots in Appalachian Health: Case Studies, 07/2018, view details
  • GME in the United States: A Review of State Initiatives, 09/2013, view details
  • Health Care Costs and Access Disparities in Appalachia, 01/2012, view details
  • Health Disparities in Appalachia, 08/2017, view details
  • Identifying Bright Spots in Appalachian Health: Statistical Analysis, 07/2018, view details
  • Metropolitan and Micropolitan Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs): Office of Management and Budget CBSA Designations by County (Puerto Rico included), 2013, 2014, view details
  • Metropolitan and Micropolitan Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs): Office of Management and Budget CBSA Designations by County, 2013, 2014, view details
  • Metropolitan and Micropolitan Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs): Office of Management and Budget CBSA Designations by County, 2013 and 2009, 2014, view details
  • North Carolina Health Professions Supply Data, view details
  • Pharmacists in North Carolina: Steady Numbers, Changing Roles, 02/2014, view details
  • The Physician Assistant Workforce In North Carolina, 01/2018, view details
  • A Report on Health Care Resources in North Carolina: North Carolina Health Professions 2014 Data Book, 04/2016, view details
  • Trends in Graduate Medical Education in North Carolina: Challenges and Next Steps, 03/2013, view details
  • Trends in Licensed Health Professions in North Carolina, 1979-2005, 06/2007, view details
  • Trends in Medical Education in North Carolina, 09/2012, view details
  • Workforce Outcomes of North Carolina Medical School Graduates: A Report to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services and the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, 01/2018, view details
  • The Workforce Outcomes of Physicians Completing Residency Programs in North Carolina, 01/2018, view details