Integrating research competencies in massage therapy education

@inproceedings{Hymel2004IntegratingRC,
  title={Integrating research competencies in massage therapy education},
  author={Glenn M. Hymel},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract The massage therapy profession is currently engaged in a competency-based education movement that has as one of its several focal points an emphasis on promoting massage therapy research competencies (MTRCs) at an introductory or entry level. One of several dimensions that must be seriously considered in advancing MTRCs in the profession is that of the curricular and instructional contexts for teaching these skills (see J. Bodywork Movement Ther. 2003, 7(3), 194). It is precisely this… CONTINUE READING

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