clinical education


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

clinical education

Health care education conducted in health care facilities, outpatient clinics, emergency centers, hospitals, or private offices, under the supervision of a qualified practitioner or teaching staff.
See also: education
References in periodicals archive ?
The questionnaire, prepared by the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education/ Director of Clinical Education (ACCE/DCE), consisted of 10 Yes or No questions that were distributed by email after the students' graduation and returned to the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education.
Session one used an iterative process of small group work activities to generate a list of the 'ideal' requirements for NNP clinical education programs.
Strategies for increased efficiency in clinical education include consolidation of student experiences within Clinical Schools, university on-site physiotherapy clinics, and the replacement of some of the program with simulated patients and computer models (Blackstock and Jull 2007).
The research for this paper included a review of literature, published from 1998 to 2006, related to improving the clinical education experience of undergraduate students in the fields of radiologic technology and athletic training.
While being mindful of the need for clinical education, she explored the importance of maintaining and further developing robust academic nursing environments, particularly at postgraduate level.
Twenty-one chapters are presented, starting with an introduction to terminology and definitions and context for clinical education, then perspectives from the UK, the USA and Canada.
"It will do a great deal to support clinical education and training at Good Hope Hospital which will lead to real benefits for our patients.
Strength Band Training is co-authored by sports and orthopedic physical therapist Phillip Page (Manager of Clinical education and research for Thera-Band Products) and licensed physical therapist Todd Ellenbecker (Clinic Director at the Physiotherapy Associates Scottsdale Sport Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, and who draws upon his 18 years of professional experience as a sports clinical specialist and an orthopedic clinical specialist) and offer health and enthusiasts more than one hundred physical exercises employing resistive bands and tubing.
Clinical education is defined as "that portion of a health profession's program, which is conducted in the health care/practice environment" (Gandy & Black, 2001, p.
Six states do not stipulate the number of hours in classroom and clinical education; however, the trend appears to be moving toward gradually increasing the number of training hours required.
Contact us for a tree research literature packet, clinical education video, and CD-ROM explaining the benefits of the Passy-Muir valves.
The report, "Academic Health Centers: Leading Change in the 21st Century," included a recommendation that Congress should create a dedicated fund to support innovation in clinical education, such as testing new educational approaches in hospital and nonhospital settings and evaluating curricular and other needed reforms.

Full browser ?