Health Professions

Some articles on health professions, health, profession:

Pacific University Health Professions Campus
... The Pacific University Health Professions Campus is a satellite campus of Pacific University located in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States ... Opened in 2006, the campus contains the school's College of Health Professions with plans to move Pacific's College of Optometry and School of Professional Psychology in later phases ... Housed in two brick buildings, the campus is located in the city's Health and Education District and adjacent to the Tuality Hospital/Southeast 8th Avenue light rail station ...
Bel Air High School (El Paso, Texas) - Health Professions Magnet
... Bel Air High School is home to the Health Magnet School in the Ysleta Independent School District ... The Bel Air Center for Health Professions offers a variety of programs in the healthcare field for their students ... The Bel Air Center for Health Professions is affiliated with different healthcare facilities for clinical rotations ...
Regulation And Prevalence Of Homeopathy - Africa - South Africa
... In South Africa, homeopathy is currently regulated by the Allied Health Professions Act, 1982 (Act 63 of 1982) together with the Regulations to the said Act which was set up to provide for the establishment of ... The AHPCSA is one of five Statutory Health Professional Councils regulating health professions in South Africa ... A Homeopathic Practitioner may diagnose, in fact being a diagnostic primary health care profession, a Homeopathic Practitioner is legally compelled to make a diagnosis and provide the ...

Famous quotes containing the words professions and/or health:

    Friendship takes place between those who have an affinity for one another, and is a perfectly natural and inevitable result. No professions nor advances will avail.... It is a drama in which the parties have no part to act.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The middle years of parenthood are characterized by ambiguity. Our kids are no longer helpless, but neither are they independent. We are still active parents but we have more time now to concentrate on our personal needs. Our children’s world has expanded. It is not enclosed within a kind of magic dotted line drawn by us. Although we are still the most important adults in their lives, we are no longer the only significant adults.
    —Ruth Davidson Bell. Ourselves and Our Children, by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, ch. 3 (1978)