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Even in the current COVID-19 crisis, we still have options to boost America’s health and allied health workforce. This means during the infections and after it.
That means having people on the front line or supporting it doing their training at the same time. And yes, they’d need appropriate personal protective clothing and gear and risk mitigation training.
That’s what work-based learning systems have been doing for a long time. Formalizing the effort using the apprenticeship model works best as you earn while you learn in the workplace and all without being lugged with a colossal college tuition debt. It’s hands-on training and work…
The health care sector is multi-faceted and complex. Let’s pivot off tried-and-true training models such as apprenticeships to ensure there’s a pipeline for this workforce to tackle the COVID-19 health crisis and beyond.
Advancing health through interprofessional collaboration.
AHCAS, a service of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP), allows you to apply to multiple programs in radiologic & imaging sciences, laboratory sciences, and respiratory therapy.
IPEC, working in collaboration with academic institutions, will promote, encourage and support efforts to prepare future health professionals so that they enter the workforce ready for interprofessional collaborative practice that helps to ensure the health of individuals and populations.
The National Society of Allied Health (NSAH) is the official voice for Historically Black Colleges and Universities with schools or programs of allied health, providing a forum for faculty, students, and practitioner development.
The development of a national honor society for allied health students was proposed in 1973. The purpose of the honor society was to recognize scholarship in allied health students using the model of the University of Florida's local honor society, Eta Rho Phi.
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