This WWAMI RHRC study uses data from HRSA’s first National Sample Survey of Nurse Practitioners (NSSNPs) to expand on the agency’s basic descriptive analyses of rural and urban nurse practitioners (NPs). The study compares rural and urban NPs’ demographics, education, practice, and related characteristics; and estimates basic NP labor supply models. Funded by HRSA’s Office of Rural Health Policy.
|Spetz J, Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA||Nurse Practitioner Autonomy and Satisfaction in Rural Settings||PUBLICATION||01-29-2016||Article|
|Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Spetz J||NPs Not Working as NPs: Who and Where Are They?||PRESENTATION||06-26-2016|
|Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Spetz J.||NPs not working as NPs: Who and where are they?||PRESENTATION||05-05-2016|
|Skillman SM||Nurse practitioners in rural America: Findings from 3 recent studies||PRESENTATION||11-11-2014|
|Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Spetz J||Rural-urban differences in the primary care nurse practitioner workforce: Implications for recruitment and retention||PRESENTATION||03-18-2015|