Provider-based Education: A New Model for New Times
Recorded on October 14, 2011 (44 minutes)

Provider-based education programs are starting to expand across the country. The Mayo Clinic has been training allied health professionals for more than 100 years. About 800 students are enrolled annually in more than 60 programs representing 27 health sciences careers. The school’s nearly 300 faculty members ensure that every student receives extensive personal training. Learn more about how Mayo prepares its graduates for practice in the changing environment of health care.

Nell Robinson is Division Chair, Education Administration, at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Jacksonville Campus."
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