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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Humphreys; Francis M Quinn
|Description:||xi, 177 pages : illustrations|
|Contents:||1 Health care education: towards a corporate paradigm.- 2 The demise of curriculum.- 3 Case study: a credit scheme for nurses and midwives.- 4 Case study: Physiotherapy Access to Continuing Education.- 5 Case study: marketing professional development in education.- 6 The position of the corporate college.- 7 The market for education: supply and demand.- 8 Case study: incorporation and the responsive college.- 9 New models in a corporate paradigm.|
|Responsibility:||edited by John Humphreys and Francis M. Quinn.|
- Medical education -- Great Britain.
- Health Personnel -- education.
- Schools, Health Occupations -- organization & administration.
- Health Services Needs and Demand -- trends.
- Great Britain.
- Health education.
- Medical education.
- Health services -- Personnel -- Training
- Great Britain