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Interactive ABP Workforce Data

The interactive dashboards below augment the following documents, along with other related workforce reports:

Pediatric Physicians Workforce Data Book
Methodology Summary | Pediatric Workforce Trends

Certified Pediatricians Summary Data

Certification numbers and demographics of ABP certified pediatricians, including general pediatrics and subspecialties

Interactive Dashboard
General Information on All Certified Pediatricians (PDF)

US Distribution of Certified Pediatricians by State

Distribution of ABP certified pediatricians by demographics, including general pediatrics and subspecialties

Interactive Dashboard
US Distribution of All Certified Pediatricians by State (PDF)
US Distribution of General Pediatricians by State (PDF)
US Distribution of ABP Subspecialists by State (PDF)

General Pediatrics Residency Tracking Data

Number and demographics of residents in training

Interactive Dashboard
General Pediatrics Residency Tracking Data (PDF)

Subspecialty Fellowship Tracking Data

Number and demographics of fellows in training by subspecialty

Interactive Dashboard
Subspecialty Fellowship Tracking Data (PDF)

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Download the current, complete Pediatric Physicians Workforce Data Book

The ABP’s Workforce Methodology Summary describes the history of the ABP’s reporting efforts, the methodology we use for data collection and reporting, guidance on data interpretation, recent changes to the reporting efforts, key definitions, and more. 


Additional Resources

Why Pediatric Physician Workforce Data are Important

Tracking the pediatric physician workforce is essential for understanding its makeup, numbers, distribution, and practice patterns, but it is not just about publishing numbers.

We believe these data provides valuable information to pediatricians, pediatric residency and subspecialty training program directors, hospital administrators, policymakers, researchers, and others interested in ensuring that we have the skilled workforce necessary to meet the health care needs of infants, children, adolescents, young adults, and their families.

While these data are collected primarily to inform operational activities at the ABP and the pediatric community, a number of secondary analyses have been conducted using these data and have been published in the peer-reviewed literature.

For further information about the Workforce Methodology Summary, contact us at Copyright information and citation can be found on the second page of the book.

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Related Publications

Use our interactive Publications database to search for publications related to the ABP's workforce-related research.


Prior Years' Workforce Data Books 2008 To Date

Previous years workforce data books are available for access below. Please use caution with comparisons of previous years book to the 2016-2017, and 2017-2018 version of the Pediatric Physician’s Workforce Data Book. These later editions have removed Canadian programs from the residency and subspecialty tracking data. For more information of this change, please visit the ABP’s Workforce Methodology Summary.