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The Journal of Allied Health is the official publication of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP). The Journal is the only interdisciplinary allied health periodical, publishing scholarly works related to research and development, feature articles, research abstracts and book reviews. Readers of the Journal comprise allied health leaders, educators, faculty and students.

Publisher: Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions

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Volume 38, Number 3, Fall 2009

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Book Reviews

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Book Reviews
pp. 104E-106E(3)

Research Notes

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Free Content What Attracts Students to Interprofessional Education and Other Health Care Reform Initiatives?
pp. 75E-78E(4)
Authors: Hoffman, Steven J.; Rosenfield, Daniel; Nasmith, Louise

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Free Content Characterizing Job Satisfaction and Intent to Leave among Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians: An Analysis of the 2005 LEADS Survey
pp. 84E-91E(8)
Authors: Patterson, P. Daniel; Moore, Charity G.; Sanddal, Nels D.; Wingrove, Gary; LaCroix, Brian

Potential Patterns

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Free Content Interprofessional Healthcare: A Common Taxonomy to Assist with Understanding
pp. 92E-96E(5)
Authors: Aiken, Alice B.; McColl, Mary Ann

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Free Content The Use and Perceptions of Concept Mapping as a Learning Tool by Dietetic Internship Students and Preceptors
pp. 97E-103E(7)
Authors: Molaison, Elaine Fontenot; Taylor, Kimberly A.; Erickson, Dawn; Connell, Carol Lawson

Editorial

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Time and the River
pp. 125-126(2)
Author: Elwood, Thomas W.

Original Articles

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Analysis of Incomes of New Graduate Physician Assistants and Gender, 1998–2006
pp. 127-131(5)
Authors: Zorn, Jennifer; Snyder, Jennifer; Satterblom, Kyle

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Collaborative Model of Clinical Education in Physical and Occupational Therapy at the Mayo Clinic
pp. 132-142(11)
Authors: Rindflesch, Aaron B.; Dunfee, Heidi J.; Cieslak, Kathryn R.; Eischen, Staci L.; Trenary, Tamra; Calley, Darren Q.; Heinle, Donna K.

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Factors that Influence the Clinical Decision-making of Rehabilitation Professionals in Long-term Care Settings
pp. 143-151(9)
Authors: Wainwright, Susan Flannery; McGinnis, Patricia Quinn

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Do Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Curricula Teach Critical Thinking Skills?
pp. 152-157(6)
Authors: Vogel, Kimberly A.; Geelhoed, Michael; Grice, Kimatha O.; Murphy, Douglas

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Admission Criteria and Student Success in a Medical Radiation Sciences Program
pp. 158-162(5)
Authors: Kwan, Jeremy; Childs, Ruth A.; Cherryman, Fiona; Palmer, Cathryne; Catton, Pamela

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Determinants of Job Satisfaction Among Radiation Therapy Faculty
pp. 163-169(7)
Authors: Swafford, Larry G.; Legg, Jeffrey S.

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S.M.A.R.T. Mothers Are Resisting Tobacco: Prenatal Smoking Cessation in WIC Mothers
pp. 170-176(7)
Authors: Edwards, Martha Jo; Geiser, Terri; Chafin, Cynthia; Weatherby, Norman L.; Smith, Carol M.

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Can a Four-dimensional Model of Occupational Commitment Help to Explain Intent to Leave the Emergency Medical Service Occupation?
pp. 177-186(10)
Authors: Blau, Gary; Chapman, Susan; Pred, Robert S.; Lopez, Andrea

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