Review of Allied Health Education, Volume 3

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Joseph Hamburg
University Press of Kentucky, Jun 1, 1979 - Paramedical education - 168 pages
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Abstract: A collection of essays on recent developments in allied health fields, focuses on the education of specific professionals after a general discussion of health issues and challenges. The different professions are discussed separately: emergency medical technician, nurse practitioner, rehabilitation counselor, respiratory therapist, dietitian, social worker, and health care instructor. Health education of consumers also is covered. Developments described in the field of dietetic education are 4 year coordinated programs with clinical dietetic components, competency-based dietetic education, 2 year dietetic technician programs in junior colleges and phasing out of dietetic traineeships. (rkm)

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Contents

The Emergency Medical Technician
15
A NewOld Challenge
35
Nurse Practitioner Education
45
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