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Developing the allied health professional.


Developing the allied health professional.

Ed. by Robert Jones and Fiona Jenkins.

Radcliffe Publishing


145 pages



Allied health professions; essential guides


Nine contributions from academics and practitioners explore various aspects of professional development for allied health professionals. Topics include (for example) the management of student placements, the incorporation of e-learning strategies, and the use of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. All of the issues discussed are set in the context of structural, organizational, and management changes within the UK's National Health Service (NHS). Distributed in the U.S. by BookMasters.

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