Clinical Education in Private Practice: An Interdisciplinary Project
Doubt, Lorna, Paterson, Margo, O'Riordan, Anne, Journal of Allied Health
Education of rehabilitation professionals traditionally has occurred in acute care hospitals, rehabilitation centres, and other publicly funded institutions, but increasing numbers of rehabilitation professionals are now working in the community in private agencies and clinics. These privately owned clinics and community agencies represent underutilized resources for the clinical training of students. Historically, private practitioners have been less likely to participate in clinical education because of concerns over patient satisfaction and quality of care, workload, costs, and liability. Through a program funded by the Ministry of Health of Ontario, we conducted a series of interviews …
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Publication information: Article title: Clinical Education in Private Practice: An Interdisciplinary Project. Contributors: Doubt, Lorna - Author, Paterson, Margo - Author, O'Riordan, Anne - Author. Journal title: Journal of Allied Health. Volume: 33. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2004. Page number: 47+. © Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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