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ERIC Number: ED080825
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 261
Abstractor: N/A
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Allied Health Manpower in Texas, 1970; Report of Allied Health Manpower and Allied Health Education in Texas.
Texas State Office of Comprehensive Health Planning, Austin.
The report is intended to provide current statistics on allied health careers as baseline data for evaluation, planning, and administration of allied health education programs. The document consists entirely of tables, except for the first three pages describing the problem, the collection of the data, and the limitations of the data, and for introductory comments describing each region preceeding regional statistics. In the first section, tables for a summary analysis, state personnel requirements and employment levels, and state allied health manpower by employer are provided. It concludes with a two-page discussion of allied health education and conclusions and recommendations. Part II is devoted to allied health manpower and education statistics according to region, Part III, according to county. For parts II and III, the tables list the number of fulltime employees, parttime employees, hours worked parttime, funded open vacancies, and anticipated additional vacancies for each health occupation. Appendixes on statistical procedures, survey instruments and instructions, and a page of references conclude the document. (AG)
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Sponsor: Community Health Service (DHEW/PHS), Bethesda, MD.
Authoring Institution: Texas State Office of Comprehensive Health Planning, Austin.
Identifiers - Location: Texas