Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality makes the case that reform of health professions education
is critical to enhancing the quality of health care in the United States. In laying the footings for this bridge,
the committee that produced this report wishes to underscore that any such reform effort must encompass all
health professionals, recognize each professions contribution, and include those outside education who, to
more and lesser degrees, shape what health professionals are taught.
for the national council for accreditation of teacher educationThe Standard of Excellence in Teacher Preparation
Accreditation of Schools, Colleges, and Departments of Education
national council for accreditation of teacher education
The Standard of Excellence in Teacher Preparation
Chapter 10 - Patient education. Chapter 10 content: patients’ rights and nurses’ responsibilities related to education; accreditation requirements for patient education; patients’ learning needs; nursing diagnoses, outcomes, and interventions for patient education; implementation, evaluation, and documentation of patient education.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA or M.B.A.) is a master’s degree in business administration, which attracts people from a wide range of academic disciplines. As industrialization expanded, the demand to manage businesses grew. The MBA degree is probably the world’s best known and most widely recognized post graduate degree in business management. It is a professional master degree.
As part of the accreditation process, program information is collected from a variety of sources
including: program-specific information provided by the program director in the Program
Information Form (PIF); resident survey question responses; and information collected by field
staff (site visitors) as part of the site visit. The PIF contains questions related to the CPR and
questions related to specialty-specific requirements.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Peer chart audits: A tool to meet Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) competency in practicebased learning and improvement
Several countries are now collaborating with each other to use satellite for tele-
education and tele-medicine. Space technology has now proliferated into everyday life
particularly in developing economies through wireless communication, navigation, disaster
communication, tele-education and tele-health care (Sengupta, 2008). Not only developing
but developed nations are also using benefits of satellite system.
The instructional objective is the SPH/PHP’s statement of a measurable step it will achieve that
leads to an instructional goal. Objectives capture the means by which an SPH/PHP will implement its
stated mission, as specified in CEPH’s accreditation criteria.
The goal in Figure 3 describes the general intent of the SPH/PHP to produce graduates who are
able to use public health core knowledge. The related objective clearly states one way in which
the institution intends to achieve this goal.
CEPH accredits about 75 public health programs in a variety of kinds of
institutions, e.g., MPH programs in medical schools. Some programs are
not CEPH-accredited. Estimates gathered from 2007 (Association for
Prevention Teaching and Research; unpublished survey) indicate that less
than 1,300 graduates/year come from CEPH-accredited programs.
number of graduates from unaccredited schools and programs is unknown.
Several large, for-profit, online universities also offer public health pro-
grams and degrees.
The World Federation for Medical Education, too, has a well-established history of involvement in
improving the quality of medical education, marked by the International Collaborative Programme for
the Reorientation of Medical Education of 1984, cornerstones of which were the Edinburgh
Declaration of 1988 and the recommendations of the World Summit on Medical Education,
Edinburgh, in 1993.
In the ongoing pilot study of global standards in institutional self-evaluation, 11 schools in eight
countries had confirmed the value of the standards being tested. A further 24 schools had been brought
into the study, for which information had been received for all but the final two schools.
The purpose of accreditation and quality improvement in medical education is to adjust medical
education to changing conditions in the health care delivery system and to prepare doctors for the
needs and expectations of society.
administrative expenses, being treated as period costs.
ABSORPTION VARIANCE is the variance from budgeted absorption costing of manufactured product. See also ABSORPTION COSTING.
ACAT (Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation) is a national organization established in 1973 as a non-profit independent testing, accrediting and monitoring organization. The Council seeks to identify professionals in independent practice who specialize in providing financial, accounting and taxation services to individuals and small to mid-size businesses.
Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions has helped more than 3 million students achieve their educational and career goals. With 185 centers and over 1,200 classroom locations throughout the United States and abroad, Kaplan provides a full range of services, including test-prep courses, admissions consulting, programs for international students, professional licensing preparation, and more. A Kaplan company since 2006, Kaplan Aspect is a leading provider of educational programs and services to students from over 100 countries worldwide.
accrediting agencies : những cơ quan có trách nhiệm
archaic procedures : những quy trình cổ xưa
deterring factor : nhân tố gây cản trở, làm nhụt chí
doctoral education : giáo dục ở cấp tiến sĩ
facilitator : người điều khiển cuộc thảo luận
Chất lượng giáo dục trung học phổ thông ngày càng được xã hội quan tâm. Hiện nay, nó trở thành yếu tố sống còn đối với các cơ sở giáo dục. Bài viết này góp phần làm rõ vai trò của kiểm định chất lượng đối với giáo dục THPT, nêu lên một số yếu tố ảnh hưởng tiêu cực đến hoạt động kiểm định chất lượng giáo dục, đồng thời đề xuất một số giải pháp nhằm đẩy mạnh hoạt động kiểm định chất lượng giáo dục ở bậc học này.
Chapter 125. Health Care– Associated Infections (Part 2)
Organization, Responsibilities, and Increasing Scrutiny of InfectionControl Programs
The standards of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations require all accredited hospitals to have an active program for surveillance, prevention, and control of nosocomial infections. Education of physicians in infection control and health care epidemiology is required in infectious disease fellowship programs and is available by online courses.
Learners enrolled in all healthcare training programs need to have a basic understanding
of medical genetics so that they can successfully transition from students to clinicians.
The field of medical genetics is advancing at a fast pace and is becoming increasingly integral
to all aspects of medicine. This fact emphasizes the need for every practicing clinician
and faculty member to develop an in-depth knowledge of the principles of human genetics,
given that they are applicable to such a wide variety of clinical presentations.
The accuracy of the cytologic examination from any body site depends greatly on the quality
of collection, preparation, staining and interpretation of the material. Inadequacy in any of
these steps will adversely affect the quality of diagnostic cytology.
Diagnostic accuracy and reliability are major issues in cytology practice.
Aprofession is characterized by skill based on a unique body of knowledge, a
code of ethics, and a social contract with society or government that grants it a
certain degree of autonomy in exchange for self-regulation. The responsibilities
of self-regulation in the medical profession are complex and involve many
levels of oversight aimed at guaranteeing the continuing competence of
practicing physicians. Today, professional associations in the United States play
a significant role in upholding the ethical, educational, scientific, and practice
standards of the medical profession.
Definitions and scope of pediatric dentistry
Pediatric dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides
both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic
oral health care for infants and children through adolescence,
including those with special health care needs.1
To become a pediatric dental specialist, a dentist must satisfactorily
complete a minimum of 24 months in an advanced
education program accredited by the Commission on Dental
Accreditation of the American Dental Association (ADA).