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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 43, Number 3, Fall 2014

Research Notes

Free Content Priorities, Strategies, and Accountability Measures in Interprofessional Education
pp. 37E-44E(8)
Authors: Long, Susan; Schwarz, Bradford W.; Conner-Kerr, Teresa; Cada, Elizabeth A.; Hogan, Rosemary

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Free Content Physical Therapy as an Adjunct Treatment for People Living with HIV/AIDS: A Provider Needs Assessment–Phase II
pp. 45E-52E(8)
Authors: Pullen, Sara; Pak, Jennifer; Pieton, Christine; Saunders, Michael; Shelus, Mary; Webster, Lilly

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Potential Patterns

Free Content Effectiveness of Audience Response-Enhanced Case Learning Activities in Graduate Health Professions Education
pp. 53E-58E(6)
Authors: Annan-Coultas, Dustin L.; Kazley, Abby Swanson; Seif, Gretchen A.

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Free Content Cultivating Interprofessional Practice in New Zealand: An Inter-Sectorial Approach to Developing Interprofessional Education
pp. 59E-64E(6)
Authors: Flood, Brenda; McKinstry, Wendy; Friary, Philippa; Purdy, Suzanne C.

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Editorial

Journal of Allied Health Production Data 2013–2014
pp. 121-121(1)
Author: Elwood, Thomas W.

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Quiddity

Quiddity
pp. 122-122(1)

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A View of Washington

Affordable Care Act: A Pyramidal Success or Failure?
pp. 123-132(10)
Author: Elwood, Thomas W.

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Research Articles

Perceptions of High-Achieving African American/Black Tenth Graders from a Low Socioeconomic Community Regarding Health Scientists and Desired Careers
pp. 133-139(7)
Authors: Boekeloo, Bradley; Randolph, Suzanne; Timmons-Brown, Stephanie; Wang, Min Qi

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Fostering and Inspiring Research Engagement (FIRE): Program Logic of a Research Incubator Scheme for Allied Health Students
pp. 140-145(6)
Authors: Ziviani, Jenny; Feeney, Rachel; Schabrun, Siobhan; Copland, David; Hodges, Paul

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Measuring Health Professions Students' Orientation Toward Lifelong Learning
pp. 146-149(4)
Authors: Novak, Malorie Kosht; Palladino, Christie; Ange, Brittany; Richardson, Deborah

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Does a Participant's Perceived Self-Efficacy of Healthcare Professions Improve Following a Week-Long Informational Camp for High School Students?
pp. 157-161(5)
Authors: Ernst, Greg; Belrose, Ashley; Eckhardt, Jetta; Hild, Whitney; Rodriguez, Lisa

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Attitudes to Obesity Among Rehabilitation Health Professionals in Australia
pp. 162-168(7)
Authors: Wise, Frances M.; Harris, Darren W.; Olver, John H.

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Dynamic and Routine Interprofessional Simulations: Expanding the Use of Simulation to Enhance Interprofessional Competencies
pp. 169-175(7)
Authors: King, Sharla; Carbonaro, Michael; Greidanus, Elaine; Ansell, Dawn; Foisy-Doll, Colette; Magus, Sam

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Evaluating the Health “Hubs and Spokes” Interprofessional Placements in Rural New South Wales, Australia
pp. 176-183(8)
Authors: Craig, Pippa L.; Barnard, Amanda; Glasgow, Nicholas; May, Esther

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