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ERIC Number: ED132255
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
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Resource Manual from the Inner City Work-Study Institute for Health Professions Faculty. Summer 1975.
Cincinnati Univ., OH. Coll. of Community Services.; National Association of Neighborhood Health Centers, Washington, DC.; Cincinnati Primary Health Care System, OH.
Prepared to disseminate the materials resulting from the institute to those who may want to replicate the model and for the many health professions faculty who were unable to attend but who requested information, this resource manual contains the four curriculum models developed by the participants in addition to excerpts from the lectures of some of the visiting faculty, and other materials. The curriculum models are intended to serve as examples of concepts, principles, and exercises which can be utilized in preparing health professionals for inner city work. The model titles are (1) Introduction to Outcasts, (2) Interdisciplinary Health Model, (3) A Curriculum Design for Health Service Practitioners, and (4) A Model for a Continuing Education Faculty Workshop on Inner City Ambulatory Health Centers. These are followed by a 46-item bibliography on neighborhood health centers (mostly journal articles, each with an abstract) and a 45-page listing of teaching-learning resources (bibliography, updating sources, organization data sources, and media). The five faculty presentations are titled "Consumerism in Health Care Delivery: Its History in Time and Space," by Leslie Falk, "Preparing Health Administrators for Future Roles," by James G. Haughton, "Health Care for Outcasts," by Nancy Milio, "Effects of Public Policy on Outcasts," by Nancy Milio, and "Decision-Making in Health Care System," by Nancy Milio. (WL)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Health Resources Administration (DHEW/PHS), Bethesda, MD. Bureau of Health Resources Development.
Authoring Institution: Cincinnati Univ., OH. Coll. of Community Services.; National Association of Neighborhood Health Centers, Washington, DC.; Cincinnati Primary Health Care System, OH.