Dr. Patricia Pittman’s article, “Physician Wages in States with Expanded APRN Scope of Practice”, has been selected as a finalist in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s “Most Influential Research Articles of 2012“.
This campaign has been conducted annually since 2008, and examines research supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that is most popular with readers.
Dr. Pittman is an associate professor of health policy in the School of Public Health and Health Services. Her piece is one of 20 articles representing the “best of the best” – research that has influenced the field and changed the Foundation’s work in a valuable way. The articles that receive the most votes will move on to the “Final 5” of the year.