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This is a complete guide on how to become a health care professional. This book is also#xA0;meant to be a tool for professionals#xA0;as they continue in their own pursuit of lifelong involvement in their chosen#xA0;healthcare profession, as well as students they will be supervising in the clinical arena. With comprehensive assignments in each chapter, no other resource is needed to succeed as a healthcare professional!#xA0; #xA0; Topics include: Health Care Professional Programs; Membership in Professional Organizations; Attending Conferences, Workshops, Seminars & In-Services; Participation in Health Related Events; Make Your Thoughts and Opinions Known; Advocacy & Lobbying Efforts; Self Appraisal
Table of Contents
|Reviewer List||p. viii|
|About the Author||p. ix|
|Students in Health Care Professional Programs||p. 1|
|Study Tips||p. 3|
|Professional Behaviors||p. 5|
|Professional Behaviors||p. 6|
|Membership in Professional Organizations||p. 11|
|Student Organizations||p. 11|
|Professional Organizations||p. 12|
|Professional Organizations||p. 15|
|Report of a Profession||p. 16|
|Attending Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, and In-Services||p. 17|
|Continuing Education||p. 17|
|Workshops, Seminars, and Conferences||p. 23|
|Leadership and Participation in Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, and In-Services||p. 25|
|Presenting at a Conference, Seminar, or Workshop||p. 26|
|The Proposal||p. 26|
|Poster Sessions||p. 28|
|Other Ways to Participate||p. 29|
|Conference Proposal||p. 30|
|Group Composite||p. 30|
|Class In-Service||p. 31|
|Participation in Health-Related Events||p. 33|
|Community Involvement||p. 34|
|Support Groups||p. 34|
|Community Involvement||p. 35|
|Support Group||p. 36|
|Make Your Thoughts and Opinions Known: Group Work||p. 37|
|Being a Group Member||p. 40|
|Community of Scholars||p. 41|
|Advocacy and Lobbying Efforts||p. 43|
|Letter Writing, Phone Calls, and Visits||p. 46|
|Sample Letter||p. 47|
|Cultural Diversity in Health Care||p. 48|
|Movie Report||p. 49|
|Strengths and Challenges||p. 51|
|Strengths and Challenges||p. 55|
|Professional Development Plan||p. 56|
|Professional Activities As An Upperclassman||p. 59|
|Role of Faculty||p. 60|
|Client-Professional Interaction||p. 60|
|Conflict Resolution||p. 61|
|Grant Writing||p. 63|
|Agency In-Service||p. 64|
|Strategies for Stress and Time Management||p. 64|
|Resume, Job Search, and Interviewing||p. 67|
|Cover Letter||p. 69|
|Job Search||p. 70|
|Website Search||p. 73|
|Cover Letter||p. 73|
|Beyond College||p. 79|
|Glossary of Key Terms||p. 81|
|Works Cited||p. 83|
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