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This book is the fourth in a series designed to provide a current appraisal of the developments in allied health education and research, through original articles contributed by recognized leaders in the health field. The Review of Allied Health Education speaks, through enlightened commentary, to help bind the health professions into a true alliance.
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
"Contains a tremendous amount of useful information within a very short compass. . . . Will provide health educators with an excellent description of the state of the allied health education art."—Michigan Health Education
"Takes a big step toward filling a major communications void within the world of allied health education."—Journal of Medical Education
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Allied health education
Medicine and Health Sciences
Hamburg, Joseph, "Review of Allied Health Education: 4" (1981). Medicine and Health Sciences. 3.