A perspective on non-traditional academic programs in the health sciences.

  • Liza Holder
  • Published 1975 in Health education monographs


In the 1970s, non-traditional academic programs began to gain impetus, aided by studies and recommendations by such groups as the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education and the Commission on Non-Traditional study. Schools of public health have taken the lead in implementing non-traditional, off-campus programs which are relevant to personnel in health… (More)


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