In 1971 The Study Of Accreditation Of Selected Health Education Programs Advised

In 1971 The Study of Accreditation of Selected Health Education Programs  advised that there be a 2 year waiting period before any new programs of study. This proposition arose out of the recognition of need for well-educated and trained instructors for these programs. With the continuous growth of multiple allied health professions, do you think this is a problem we are still facing today? Can you provide an example of a profession that seems to be outpacing educational growth? What can be done to help fill this void for qualified educators? Please be sure to cite your work.

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