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Allied health careers special resources and services program: increasing the probabilities of success for 'high risk' students in allied health career programs.
J Allied Health. 1979 Nov; 8(4):232-6.JA

Abstract

This article describes a successful developmental program specifically designed for academically "high risk" students entering a two-year community college career program in allied health. The program consisted of providing an intensive three-week instructional program to students before they entered the allied health career program, and subsequently providing an ongoing support system of tutoring, counseling and career development activities. Participants attained higher levels of academic performance and retention than nonparticipants.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

528359

Citation

Murtha, J P., and F M. Grimm. "Allied Health Careers Special Resources and Services Program: Increasing the Probabilities of Success for 'high Risk' Students in Allied Health Career Programs." Journal of Allied Health, vol. 8, no. 4, 1979, pp. 232-6.
Murtha JP, Grimm FM. Allied health careers special resources and services program: increasing the probabilities of success for 'high risk' students in allied health career programs. J Allied Health. 1979;8(4):232-6.
Murtha, J. P., & Grimm, F. M. (1979). Allied health careers special resources and services program: increasing the probabilities of success for 'high risk' students in allied health career programs. Journal of Allied Health, 8(4), 232-6.
Murtha JP, Grimm FM. Allied Health Careers Special Resources and Services Program: Increasing the Probabilities of Success for 'high Risk' Students in Allied Health Career Programs. J Allied Health. 1979;8(4):232-6. PubMed PMID: 528359.
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