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Multiskilling: The Quiet Revolution in Healthcare Education and Training

This paper examines the topic of multiskilling in three areas: (a) healthcare trends that drive the need for multiskilling, (b) perspectives from the multiskilling literature, and (c) a case study describing the use of multiskilling and patient-focused care in one organization. Trends facing healthcare providers include cost containment, mergers and alliances, and consumerism...

Health Education for Women at Risk: HIV Prevention Education for Incarcerated Women

HIV-prevention education is an important topic for health care professionals and health occupations educators. This study used grounded research to examine the effects of an HIV peer education program on individuals, the organization, and the community. The findings revealed that the unanticipated consequences for alI three stakeholders were far greater than the anticipated...

Teaching Health Occupations for a Networked World

This paper discusses the problems with traditionally managed hierarchies and observes that networking among units is becoming more prevalent. Given the . interdependence inherent in fully networked organizations, systems thinking is introduced as a useful tool for understanding and managing change. Health Occupations Educators can use systems thinking skills to help students...