core curriculum


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core curriculum

 
an organized program or course of study in a specialty area of practice.
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Educational objectives; core curriculum in obstetrics and gynecology, 9th ed.
Students in Wyoming who did not take a core curriculum scored an average of 19.
Kandel made me realize that few of the reasons that are marshaled in opposition to a specific core curriculum are the real objections to it.
Whether you are a new or an experienced emergency nurse, you'll find that the Emergency Nursing Core Curriculum, 6th Edition is an essential tool for your practice.
Basili insists that the work Kaplan K12 does in core curriculum is better characterized as a partnership than outsourcing, with a team of as many as a dozen of his staff working for months or more in close concert with district personnel, and outsourcing firms tend to approach the work in the same way.
Such a course, he says, could be a model core curriculum program if it explored the broad dynamics of American society as Blacks negotiated their transition from slavery to freedom.
Further development of core curriculum material will be forthcoming from this meeting, posted online and presented later to NASM member schools.
The core curriculum will be a valuable resource for adult and pediatric hospitalists and for medical education, said Dr.
At the least, the central tenets of a core curriculum should expect to be understood by the pupils.
Kelly Jones developed a core curriculum comprised of six modules presented in two parts.
A "model business" core curriculum developed by a consortium of Chinese universities and U.
CAN DO INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS presents Hitching Core Curriculum to the Oregon Trail written by Martha McMillian.