Following in the footsteps of Gordon Allport, all of Mindy J. Allport-Settle's books are built on a foundation of psychology and sociology with a focus on improving some aspect of industry through research and education. Her career in healthcare began when she was a teenager working as an emergency medical technician. Since then, she has joined the U.S. Navy's advanced hospital corps, worked in organ and human tissue procurement, specialized in ophthalmology, and moved on to serve as a key executive, board member, and consultant for some of the best companies in the pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology industry. She has provided guidance in regulatory compliance, corporate structuring, restructuring and turnarounds, new drug submissions, research and development and product commercialization strategies, and new business development. Her experience and dedication have resulted in international recognition as the developer of the only FDA-recognized and benchmarked quality systems training and development business methodology. Her education includes a Bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina, an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix, and completion of the corporate governance course series in audit committees, compensation committees, and board effectiveness at Harvard Business School.
Navy Hospital Corpsman: NAVEDTRA 14295 Following the Model for Military Educationby Mindy Allport-Settle
The United States Navy training programs have long been the standard used as the pinnacle of training achievement. The Hospital Corpsman training program has been continuously tested and updated to successfully educate every member of the Navy
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This book includes both Hospital Corpsman NAVEDTRA 14295 and the Advancement Handbook for Hospital Corpsman.
The United States Navy training programs have long been the standard used as the pinnacle of training achievement. The Hospital Corpsman training program has been continuously tested and updated to successfully educate every member of the Navy Hospital Corps since its inception. The needs of the instructor, the student, the patient, and the Navy are perfectly balanced.
This is the model all educators should follow when developing training programs.
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