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Synonyms for education

the act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill

known facts, ideas, and skill that have been imparted

Synonyms for education

the profession of teaching (especially at a school or college or university)

the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior)

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the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students)

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About Advances in Clinical Education Advances in Clinical Education has been providing quality post-professional education courses since 1990.
No studies to date have examined the implications of a collaborative clinical education model on a practice's productivity metrics.
From Waldock's review, Waldock advocates for the role of a clinical facilitator in the clinical education environment to compliment the preceptor model and acknowledges that the facilitator-preceptor model requires further research to evaluate the effectiveness of this model in undergraduate nursing students (Waldock 2010).
Many clinicians have become increasingly dissatisfied with a 'voluntary' clinical education arrangement, leading to industrial problems in Queensland over the last three years.
Tanner also discussed clinical education reform, challenging content-packed nursing curricula and asserting that today's nursing students need deep learning of the "big ideas of the discipline" in preparation for practice.
The work of this group has significant potential to change the direction of and the quality of nursing clinical education in Colorado.
Despite the angst of students as they entered the PBL curriculum, most found it provided a valuable foundation for developing clinical problem solving skills required for their clinical education and later medical practice.
Transforming Practice through Clinical Education, Professional Supervision and Mentoring intends to provide the reader with a view of the three topics, and to clarify the differences and similarities across a broad range of health science professions.
She wanted to support clinical education so the money would make a difference in the long-term and not just go into the NHS pot.
Clinical examiners must have a master's degree in nursing and have previous experience in clinical education.
The school will work closely with the Northwestern Ontario Medical Program (NOMP) and the Northeastern Ontario Medical Education Corporation (NOMEC), which manage successful Residency Programs in Family Medicine, plus a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and inter-disciplinary clinical education programs, intending to expand both programs.
Strength Band Training is co-authored by sports and orthopedic physical therapist Phillip Page (Manager of Clinical education and research for Thera-Band Products) and licensed physical therapist Todd Ellenbecker (Clinic Director at the Physiotherapy Associates Scottsdale Sport Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, and who draws upon his 18 years of professional experience as a sports clinical specialist and an orthopedic clinical specialist) and offer health and enthusiasts more than one hundred physical exercises employing resistive bands and tubing.
Contact us for a tree research literature packet, clinical education video, and CD-ROM explaining the benefits of the Passy-Muir valves.
This ongoing fund would specifically provide competitive grants to organizations that integrate training of multiple health disciplines such as medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and therapy, and that use information technology in their clinical education programs.
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