Clinical instruction

instruction by means of clinics.

See also: Clinical

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Over thirty years of teaching Respiratory Care has brought me to the unwavering belief that the quality of our product lies in the quality of our clinical instruction.
Clinical instruction and experience with the patients with special needs should include instruction in proper communication techniques and assessing the treatment needs compatible with the special need.
The pharmaceuticals require specialized handling such as temperature control or one-on-one clinical instruction, and they are often shipped directly to patients' homes where the medications are reconstituted and either injected or infused.
After receiving her education at Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and becoming a staff nurse at Memphis' Methodist Hospital System, she advanced into nursing education with responsibility for clinical instruction of nursing students at hospitals throughout the Memphis area.
Within teaching time (excluding time spent grading and counseling students), faculty spent on average 49 percent of their teaching time in clinical instruction, 34 percent in classroom instruction, 10 percent in simulation laboratories, and 7 percent in skills laboratories.
I work in preparing lectures, case studies and hands-on lab components, as well as one-on-one clinical instruction.
The PA educational program is modeled on the medical school curriculum, a combination of classroom and clinical instruction including more than 2,000 hours of clinical rotations above and beyond the classroom education.
In this position, Galland will be responsible for clinical instruction in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine for the school and teaching their students at OSNC's state-of-the-art orthopaedic sports medicine facility.
Over 25 years of teaching Respiratory Care has brought me to the unwavering belief that the quality of our product lies in the quality of our clinical instruction.
Clinical instruction should be provided by nurses who have the ability to help students integrate theoretical knowledge with patient care using critical thinking.
Palmdale High School's 14-year-old Health Careers Academy, in which most students are from low-income families, is a striking example of an effective, career-theme program that combines academic courses with clinical instruction, according to the foundation.
Some of the programs, such as the Nursing Assistant Training and the GPN Fellowship, include classroom and clinical instruction.
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