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ERIC Number: ED067468
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 32
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Allied Health Manpower: Education and Training for New Demands.
Hatch, Thomas D.
This speech, given by the director of the Federal Bureau of Health Manpower Education, reviews current major problems in education and training for the allied health manpower professions, possible solutions, and implications of these developments for training programs in these areas. Background information precedes a discussion of six specific health manpower objectives, focusing on: (1) manpower supply, (2) work force quality, (3) educational efficiency, (4) opportunities for career advancement, (5) medical care costs, and (6) manpower distribution. The role of the disadvantaged in health occupations training programs is discussed. (AG)
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Note: Presentation at the National Manpower Advisory Committee of the U.S. Department of Labor (June 16, 1972)