Which health career is right for you? What do you need to know to be successful? How do professional work together to deliver patient-centered, holistic care? Here’s the information you need to need to choose the career that’s right for you. From athletic trainer to speech pathologist and every major healthcare profession in between, you’ll explore their histories, employment opportunities, licensure requirements, earnings potential, and career paths. Professional healthcare providers share their personal stories; introduce you to their work; and describe what a typical day is like. Their insights help you to see which career might be the right one for you. You’ll also learn about the important role interdisciplinary collaboration will play throughout your career. As a healthcare professional, you’ll work as a member of a team that’s focused on providing quality, holistic care to your patients.
With physical therapist assistants (PTAs) performing patient interventions under the direction of a physical therapist, you need to know how to read and understand a research article to provide the best possible patient care. The PTA must have a reasonable grasp of current evidence to communicate knowledgeably with the therapist, the patient, and other health-care providers. This text provides the information and skills you need to actively participate in evidence based practice. You’ll enter the world of the clinic with confidence.
California State University, San Bernardino opened in 1965 in San Bernardino. This chronological history records the major and minor developments in the history of the campus, between 1960, when it was created by the California Legislature, to the end of the 2009/10 academic year. Includes tables of major administrators, plus a detailed index.
Mathieu Agé (fl.1685-1761), a Huguenot, emigrated from France to Virginia about 1700/1701, married Ann Gandovin about 1714, settled in Powhatan County, Va. and later moved to Buckingham County, Virginia. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Agee) lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Texas, New Mexico, California and elsewhere.