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Collection Development Manual

Education for the Health Professions


Definition:
Education and training of physicians, nurses, and other health practitioners.
Discussion:
This field includes practical and theoretical inquiries into all aspects of education and training for the health professions. Typical areas of research include quality of education; innovations in teaching; academic leadership; curricular matters; diversity and other recruitment and admissions policies; economics of education for the health professions; role of teaching hospitals in public health; student and resident issues; integration of teaching, research, and health care practice; and the future of academic medicine.
Scope and emphasis:
Collected comprehensively.
See also:
6/21/04
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