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II.5 The Case for Integrating Health, Well-Being, and Self-Care into Health Professional Education--Mary Jo Kreitzer and Elizabeth Goldblatt
Pages 96-100

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From page 96...
... Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care Historically, the emphasis in health professional education has largely mirrored the focus of the health care system and the perceived needs of society -- the diagnosis and treatment of disease and disability. Physicians, nurses, physical therapists, mental health care providers, and the other allopathic practitioners have been educated within their disciplines with minimal to no interaction with other professions.
From page 97...
... Although the published literature is scant in documenting the incidence of burnout among integrative health care providers, anecdotal evidence suggests that the phenomenon of burnout is endemic among all health professions. Why Well-Being?
From page 98...
... In educating the next generation of health care providers and designing new systems of education and care, a fundamental shift is required that goes well beyond shifting from disease to health or from illness to wellness (Kreitzer, 2012)
From page 99...
... In a document titled Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPEC, 2011) , sponsored by six associations affiliated with education of conventional health care providers (allopathic and osteopathic medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, and public health)
From page 100...
... , which produced the competencies noted above, the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care, which represents the five licensed CAM fields, engaged in a process of identifying core competencies for practicing in an integrated health care environment (ACCAHC, 2011)

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