VASCD Journal

Fall 2020

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Tammie M. Jones, MS, FACHE, CMPE Tammie is research faculty and a PhD candidate from the Health Services Research program at George Mason University. She is a board-certified healthcare executive with extensive experience in healthcare management and federal agency management consulting. tjones48@gmu.edu The success of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs and their ability to produce skilled, workforce ready graduates is substantially enhanced by community partnerships. This article describes the technical education and training program model funded by the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation (CMCF) to increase the health workforce pipeline in Virginia. The CM CTE partnership model leverages the assets and resources of health care providers and public schools to establish effective health science training and education programs in secondary and post-secondary institutions, and established communities of practice among health related CTE programs to enhance academic program effectiveness. A Case Study in Growing the Health Workforce Pipeline in Virginia Laurette Espinoza, BA Laurette Espinoza is a research associate for the Department of Health Administration and Policy at George Mason University. She holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in Clinical and Health Psychology from George Mason University. lespino4@gmu.edu vascd.org VASCD Journal Vol. 17 2020 128

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