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Clinical Nonlicensed Personnel in U.S. Hospitals: Job Trends from 2010 to 2015


  • Patricia Pittman
  • Suhui Evelyn Li
  • Xinxin Han
  • Time Lowe


Despite the large numbers in health care industry, little is known about the clinical nonlicensed personnel (CNLP) in U.S. hospitals and how their staffing has changed over time.

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  • Patricia Pittman & Suhui Evelyn Li & Xinxin Han & Time Lowe, "undated". "Clinical Nonlicensed Personnel in U.S. Hospitals: Job Trends from 2010 to 2015," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 434aebc773af431daa0811415, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:434aebc773af431daa0811415f90b05d

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    Hospital workforce; Clinical support personnel; Unlicensed assistive personnel; Nurse staffing; Skill mix;

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