Schools, Health Occupations
"Schools, Health Occupations" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
Schools which offer training in the area of health.
|Schools, Health Occupations
- Schools, Health Occupations
- Health Occupations Schools
- Health Occupations School
- Occupations School, Health
- Occupations Schools, Health
- School, Health Occupations
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Schools, Health Occupations" by people in Profiles.
Fry D, Demo DH, Devine N, Butler A, Saladin L. Advocacy Priorities and Strategies for ASAHP: A Survey of the ASAHP Membership. J Allied Health. 2015; 44(2):123-7.
Heath J, Inglett S, Young S, Joshua TV, Sakievich N, Hawkins J, Andrews JO, Tingen MS. The impact of the Georgia Health Sciences University nursing faculty practice on tobacco cessation rates. Nurs Clin North Am. 2012 Mar; 47(1):1-12.
Sothmann M, Wilson SL, Vreeman DJ. Forming partnerships: Indiana-Ohio Center for Traumatic Amputation Rehabilitation Research. J Allied Health. 2010; 39(4):301-5.
Wise HH, Brotherton SS, Mitcham MD. From scholarly teaching to the scholarship of teaching: a retrospective look at strategies that foster the transition of scholarly work in allied health into credible forms of scholarship. J Allied Health. 2008; 37(1):e50-68.
Conine TA, Shilling LM, Pierce ER. The relative importance of supportive data for promotion and tenure reviews. J Allied Health. 1985 May; 14(2):183-90.