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Allied health education has long lacked a common literature, as the activities of all these diverse disciplines have been reported only in the specialty journals of each. This review provides a locus for articles of a broad and general nature which the entire spectrum of allied health educators and students will find of vital interest.
Some of the topics included in this first review include dental education, clinical laboratory work, radiologic technology, the physician’s assistant, occupational therapy, and preventive health care. Additional reviews to be published on a regular basis will be devoted to other health disciplines and general health topics.
Essays by Ruth M. French, Joseph Hamburg, John W. Hein, Dennis Robert Howard, Marceline E. Jaques, Jerry A. Johnson, David E. Lewis, Samuel P. Martin, Darrel J. Mase, Edmund Pellegrino, J. Warren Perry, A. Bradley Soule, and George Szasz Joseph Hamburg, general editor; J. Warren Perry & Darrel J. Mase, associate editors
Joseph Hamburg, M.D., is dean of the College of Allied Health Professions at the University of Kentucky.
"Clarifies educational problems that are common to all health professions and lends immediacy to what we know but find hard to program—that the alliance of health professions increases the effectiveness of individual professions as well as the effectiveness of the entire health services field."—American Journal of Occupational Therapy
The University Press of Kentucky
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Allied health education
Medicine and Health Sciences
Hamburg, Joseph, "Review of Allied Health Education: 1" (1974). Medicine and Health Sciences. 1.