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ERIC Number: ED011198
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 58
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TECHNICIANS FOR THE HEALTH FIELD--A COMMUNITY COLLEGE HEALTH CAREERS STUDY PROGRAM. A FINAL REPORT ON PHASE I OF THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HEALTH CAREERS PROJECT, OCTOBER 1, 1964 - MARCH 31, 1966.
KINSINGER, ROBERT E.; RATNER, MURIEL
THIS REPORT OF THE COMPLETION OF PHASE I OF A FIVE-PHASE PROGRAM CONSISTS OF CURRICULUM GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INSTRUCTOR TRAINING, BASED ON A STATEWIDE SURVEY IN NEW YORK. OBJECTIVES AND REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING, AND SKILLS ARE DESCRIBED FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN X-RAY, INHALATION THERAPY, DENTAL AUXILIARY, MEDICAL RECORDS, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, SURGERY, BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, OPHTHALMIC DISPENSING, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND EMERGENCY SERVICES. AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE IN BASIC HEALTH TECHNOLOGY IS DESCRIBED. COURSES BASIC TO ALL FIELDS ARE IDENTIFIED AS ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY OR SOCIOLOGY, LANGUAGE ARTS, AND MATHEMATICS. RECOMMENDED PHASES OF TRAINING TEACHERS INCLUDE FAMILIARIZATION WITH JUNIOR COLLEGE, ABILITY TO USE A VARIETY OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES, UPDATING OF KNOWLEDGE IN THEIR TECHNICAL FIELDS, AND BROAD BACKGROUND IN PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES. THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TO ORGANIZE A COMPLETE CURRICULUM IN THEIR FIELDS, USING ALL APPROPRIATE MEDIA AND TOOLS OF INSTRUCTION. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany.
Identifiers: New York (Albany)