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Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program
The Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program, established Sept 21, 1972, as part of the Uniformed Services Health Professions Revitalization Act, is the Department of Defense's subsidized recruiting program for obtaining qualified...
MEDICAL SCHOOLS Accreditation
The Division of Eligibility and Agency Evaluation of the Office of Education of the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established in 1968 by the Commissioner of Education to deal with accreditation and eligibility matters. For purposes of...
The accuracy of the data is to some extent dependent on the accuracy and cooperation of the program directors. Of the 4,630 programs, 89% responded to the Spring 1979 survey. Not all respondents were able to provide complete information on race, citizenship, and type of medical school from which...
The sharp differences of opinions that are emerging about the subjects of continuing medical education (CME), recertification, and reregistration of a physician's license may be partially rooted in the differences of opinion concerning what constitutes a continuum of education. Perhaps the...
For more than a decade, voices from multiple sectors have decried the proliferation and fragmentation of allied health occupations. The American Medical Association has opposed the multiplication of new categories of allied health personnel when the need for them has not been demonstrated. At...
AMA Resumes Accreditation Responsibility
On July 25, 1979, the American Medical Association House of Delegates voted to withdraw the AMA from membership in the Liaison Committee on Continuing Medical Education (LCCME) as of that date and simultaneously to resume responsibility for the voluntary...
This section was prepared by the staff of the Department of Allied Health Evaluation.
COOPERATION IN ALLIED HEALTH EDUCATION AND ACCREDITATION Health Care: A Collaborative Effort
The extensive American Medical Association's participation in the complex allied health education and accreditation...
Since 1966, Section I of the Education Number has been devoted to a review of "Recent Events of Special Interest to Medical Education." Information has been included about special studies, reports, legislation, and other events and activities that are related to medical education and may be...
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