Allied Health

Allied health professions are clinical health care professions distinct from dentistry, nursing and medicine. One estimate reported allied health professionals make up 60 percent of the total health workforce. They work in health care teams to make the health care system function by providing a range of diagnostic, technical, therapeutic and direct patient care and support services that are critical to the other health professionals they work with and the patients they serve.

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Conversation with examples of attending and active listening

CONNECT Project, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, UNC-CH

This video shows Andi, a Head Start teacher, and LeeMarie...

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Part 3, Advanced Nutrition Lecture

Radhia Gleis
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Part 2, Advanced Nutrition Lecture

Radhia Gleis
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<a href="/book/dancing-plague-%3A-strange%2C-true-story-extraordinary-illness">The dancing plague : the strange,...</a>
Waller, John
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<a href="/book/frontal-lobe-function-and-dysfunction">Frontal lobe function and...</a>
Levin, Harvey S
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<a href="/book/gaba-mechanisms-epilepsy">GABA mechanisms in epilepsy</a>
Tunnicliff, Godfrey
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