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1 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health 9 th Congress of Health Professions Educators 4 June 2002 Ronald H. Winters, Ph.D. Dean College of Health Related Professions University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

2 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty

3 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty $

4 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty

5 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty

6 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty Retirement

7 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty Retirement

8 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty Retirement

9 Program students and graduates Hospital workers and private practitioners Program faculty Retirement

10 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Athletic Training Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

11 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Cardiovascular Perfusion Technology Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

12 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Cytotechnology Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

13 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Dental Hygiene Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

14 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Diagnostic Medical Sonography Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

15 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Dietetics Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

16 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Emergency Medical Sciences Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

17 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Health Administration Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

18 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Health Information Management Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

19 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Medical Technology Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

20 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Nuclear Medicine Technology Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

21 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Nursing Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

22 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Occupational Therapy Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

23 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Physical Therapy Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

24 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Physician Assistant Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

25 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Radiation Therapy Technology Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

26 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Radiography Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

27 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Rehabilitation Counseling Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

28 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Respiratory Therapist Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

29 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Respiratory Therapy Technician Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=1 47 9

30 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Speech-Language Path. & Audiology Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

31 Average Age and Years of Experience by Rank Office of the Dean Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor ProfessorProgram Director Chair Years Age Experience N=

32 Athletic Training N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 82.6% 16.7%

33 Cardiovascular Perfusion Technology N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 28.6% 66.7%

34 Cytotechnology N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 20%

35 Dental Hygiene N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 19%40% 2.9%

36 Diagnostic Medical Sonography N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 18.2%22.7%

37 Dietetics N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 28.2% 30.8% 7.7%

38 Emergency Medical Sciences N=7 Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 4.3%

39 Health Administration N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 34.9% 30% 10%

40 Health Information Management N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 30.8% 27.3% 9.1%

41 Medical Technology N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 24.4% 26.7% 2%

42 Nuclear Medicine Technology N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 17.6% 23.5%

43 Nursing Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill N= Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 27.2% 18.2% 1.4%

44 Occupational Therapy N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 14.7% 18.2% 1.4%

45 Physical Therapy N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 13.9% 18.2% 1.4%

46 Physician Assistant N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 18.0% 31.2% 6.3%

47 Radiation Therapy Technology N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 18.8% 7.7%

48 Radiography N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 26.8% 80% 40%

49 Rehabilitation Counseling N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 20% 40%

50 Respiratory Therapist N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 26.7% 37.5%

51 Respiratory Therapy Technician N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time %

52 Speech-Language Path. & Audiology N= Positions VacanciesAnticipated Vacancies Months to Fill Average Numbers of Faculty, Vacancies, & Lengths of Vacancies Full-time Part-time % 15.3% 12.0%

53 Disciplines with the Highest Current Full-Time Vacancy Rates (%)

54 Disciplines with the Highest Anticipated Full-Time Vacancy Rates (%) Over 5 Years

55 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Insure that faculty salaries and other benefits are maintained at competitive levels.

56 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Offer faculty practice plans to enhance salaries, permit patient contact, and insure continuing clinical competency.

57 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Provide faculty development resources and support for research and teaching. Optional practice plans....

58 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Base faculty evaluations for salary, promotion, and tenure on assessment of how well they do what they were specifically (i.e., individually) asked to donot adherence to a global model of performance for everyone. Optional practice plans....

59 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Balanced faculty evaluations.... Optional practice plans.... Tangibly reward good performance.

60 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Balanced faculty evaluations.... Optional practice plans.... Reward good performance.... Increase the number of, and accessibility to, graduate programs in the various allied health disciplines, basic sciences, education, and related areas.

61 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Balanced faculty evaluations.... Optional practice plans.... Reward good performance.... Provide more graduate programs.... Actively recruit the best students in the professional programs for additional study, higher degrees, and possible faculty careers.

62 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Balanced faculty evaluations.... Optional practice plans.... Reward good performance.... Actively recruit practitioners with good academic preparation for graduate or advanced graduate study to prepare for faculty careers. Provide more graduate programs.... Recruit the best students....

63 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Balanced faculty evaluations.... Offer scholarships and other support for graduate students specifically interested in faculty careers. Optional practice plans.... Reward good performance.... Recruit interested practitioners.... Provide more graduate programs.... Recruit the best students....

64 Solving the Faculty Shortage in Allied Health STRATEGIES Competitive faculty salaries.... Faculty development resources.... Balanced faculty evaluations.... Offer scholarships.... Optional practice plans.... Reward good performance.... Recruit interested practitioners.... Provide more graduate programs.... Recruit the best students....


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