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Strengthening the direct care workforce in North Carolina.

@article{Harmuth2010StrengtheningTD,
  title={Strengthening the direct care workforce in North Carolina.},
  author={Susan Harmuth and Thomas R. Konrad},
  journal={North Carolina medical journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={71 2},
  pages={
          158-60
        }
}
NC Med J March/April 2010, Volume 71, Number 2 Developing the capacity and quality of the direct care workforce continues to be a serious issue for states, including North Carolina. There are many well-trained, committed, caring, and competent direct care workers in North Carolina providing care every day to persons in need of long-term care services at home or in residentialor facility-based settings. This fact, however, does not negate the reality that high turnover and vacancy rates continue… CONTINUE READING

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