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A recent decision by an appellate court in the case, Marshall v Baptist Hospital, Inc, tends to produce confusion concerning the status of students and their rights when engaged in clinical education. This paper clarifies the statutes governing cooperative educational programs and students, investigates court cases to reveal a trend, and determines(More)
  • J A Ward
  • 1979
The new mass market microcomputers offer an economical means of providing individualized instruction to medical technology students. A program that uses case studies to familiarize students with the erythrokinetic model for classifying anemias is being used to supplement classroom instruction at Minot State College, Minot, North Dakota. The program(More)
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One of the most important goals for the radiologic technology profession is to base its educational programs on evaluation of competence, therby assuring the employers, consumers, government agencies and other professionals that the profession is striving for quality performance by its graduates. The profession of radiologic technology is in a period of(More)