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Experts: Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

The Sacramento Employment & Training Agency (SETA), a joint powers agency of the City and County of Sacramento, was formed in 1978. From its inception, SETA has been an effective force in connecting people to jobs, business owners to quality employees, education and nutrition to children, assistance...

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Experts: NOVA

NOVA is a nonprofit, federally funded employment and training agency that provides customer-focused workforce development services. We work closely with local businesses, educators and job seekers to ensure that our programs provide opportunities that build the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary...

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Reports and Resources: Environmental Scan: Allied Health Opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area

Centers of Excellence (June 2010)

The San Francisco Bay and Greater Silicon Valley Centers of Excellence in collaboration with research and funding partners studied allied health occupations in the 11-county San Francisco Bay Area. The healthcare sector is one of the largest industries in the region, employing over 342,000 individuals...

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Reports and Resources: Regional Planning to Diversify the Healthcare Workforce: A Guide for Workforce Investment Boards

California Workforce Association (October 2010)

The Guide is based on lessons learned from six regions of the State, who developed strategic plans to increase the diversity of the health care workforce in their regions. The California Endowment provided funding for these regional efforts through CWA. They include the Humboldt County Workforce Investment...

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Reports and Resources: Critical Roles: California's Allied Health Workforce

California Hospital Association Health Workforce Coalition (February 9, 2011)

Thousands of allied health workers in key categories are eligible for retirement in the next five years, which places further pressure on training programs to produce more workers. A report from CHA further explores which allied health jobs will be hit the hardest and the impact those shortages will...

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Resources: Talking to Young Adults about Health Jobs

Research and Best Practices

These presentation slides summarize research findings and the development of the Health Jobs Start Here campaign. Learn which best practices to use in communicating with young adults about allied health careers and why they work.

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Resources: Allied Health: The Overlooked Key to California's Economy

One-Page Fact Sheet

This one-page fact sheet highlights how growing the allied health sector benefits the state and its population. It uses key statistics, infographics and projections to make the case.

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Resources: Growing and Diversifying California’s Health Workforce


These slides use infographics to tell the story about the need to train and recruit a larger, more diverse allied health workforce.

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Resources: Data on the Economic Value of Allied Health

PowerPoint Slides

These PowerPoint slides highlight various data points on the economic value of the allied health workforce. Individual slides can be added to existing presentations. Data sources are included in the slide notes.

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Reports and Resources: Healthcare Workforce Clearinghouse

Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development

The Healthcare Workforce Clearinghouse Program was established in 2007 under Senate Bill 139. The Clearinghouse is administrated by the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development's Healthcare Workforce Development Division to collect, analyze, and publish information on the educational and...

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