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Selection of medical technology students in a hospital-based program.
J Allied Health. 1984 Aug; 13(3):197-204.JA

Abstract

This article describes a process for selection of medical technology students into a hospital-based program. The process uses a weighting method for selection criteria and numerical ranking of applicants by a point system. Tools developed by the selection committee are discussed: Pre-Interview Rating Form, Interview Rating Form, Interview Rating Form Score Sheet, and Interview Questions Sets. The structured selection interview is described in detail. The process might easily be adapted to other hospital-based allied health programs.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

6501078

Citation

Bobek, J R., et al. "Selection of Medical Technology Students in a Hospital-based Program." Journal of Allied Health, vol. 13, no. 3, 1984, pp. 197-204.
Bobek JR, Fleck MA, Moyer K, et al. Selection of medical technology students in a hospital-based program. J Allied Health. 1984;13(3):197-204.
Bobek, J. R., Fleck, M. A., Moyer, K., & Paules, C. A. (1984). Selection of medical technology students in a hospital-based program. Journal of Allied Health, 13(3), 197-204.
Bobek JR, et al. Selection of Medical Technology Students in a Hospital-based Program. J Allied Health. 1984;13(3):197-204. PubMed PMID: 6501078.
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