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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 41, Number 1, Spring 2012

Potential Patterns

Research Notes

Potential Patterns

Free Content Use of a Food Frequency Questionnaire to Fulfill the Research Competency Requirement for Dietetics Students
pp. 21E-25E(5)
Authors: Penumetcha, Meera; McCarroll, Catherine; Smith, Susan C.

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Free Content Standardized Patient Feedback: Making It Work Across Disciplines
pp. 27E-31E(5)
Authors: Berenson, Linda Dayer; Goodill, Sharon W.; Wenger, Sarah

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Free Content Online Course Design for Teaching Critical Thinking
pp. 9E-14E(6)
Authors: Schaber, Patricia; Shanedling, Janet

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Editorial

From Fish To Philosopher
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Elwood, Thomas W.

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Quiddity

Quiddity
pp. 2-2(1)

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Special Article

Viewing Health Care Through a Semiotic Veil of Signs
pp. 3-13(11)
Author: Elwood, Thomas W.

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Research Articles

Development, Implementation, and Short-term Effectiveness of an Interprofessional Education Course in a School of Health Professions
pp. 14-20(7)
Authors: Klocko, David J.; Krumwiede, Kim Hoggatt; Olivares-Urueta, Mayra; Williamson, Jon W.

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Attitudes of Faculty and Students in Medicine and the Health Professions Toward Interprofessional Education
pp. 21-25(5)
Authors: Giordano, Carolyn; Umland, Elena; Lyons, Kevin J.

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Changes in Student Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration Arising from a Case-based Educational Experience
pp. 26-34(9)
Authors: Wellmon, Robert; Gilin, Barbara; Knauss, Linda; Linn, Margaret Inman

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Commentary

Facilitating Neurorehabilitation Through Principles of Engagement
pp. 35-41(7)
Authors: Danzl, Megan M.; Etter, Nicole M.; Andreatta, Richard D.; Kitzman, Patrick H.

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