qThis comprehensive book provides direction for foreign-educated allied healthcare professionalsA Given the complicated process of credentialing, certification, and visas, as well as the complex American healthcare system, this book proves to be a worthy resource.q Score: 100, 5 stars --Doody's qWritten by well-known experts, the Guide provides the reader with the most up-to-date information on topics ranging from the U.S. health care delivery system to employment opportunities, from entry into the United States to entry into professional practice.q --Barbara Sanders, PhD, PT, SCS Associate Dean, College of Health Professions, Texas State University This book is the definitive guide to health care practice in the United States, written for foreign-educated allied health professionals interested in immigrating to the United States, those already here, and those looking to complete their education in the U.S.A. The contributors provide a wealth of insight on how to address the challenges of being a foreign-educated health professional in the United States. Health professionals can learn what is expected of them, how to prepare for the journey to this country, and how to adapt to their new communities. Written at a readable level for non-native English speakers, the Guide presents a comprehensive description of the major allied health professions and a clear overview of U.S. standards of education and practice. Additionally, readers will gain an understanding of their basic rights and roles in the U.S. healthcare system. Key Topics Discussed: Allied health practice in the United States The process of entry into the United States The U.S. health care system Guidelines for entering the U.S. workforce Most importantly, this book will help foreign-educated health professionals learn how to avoid being misunderstood by others, form enduring relationships with American colleagues, and join them in working to improve the quality of health care in this country and worldwide.Before the end of the interview, be sure you thank the interviewer for his or her time and consideration. ... requesting a business card) for questions you may think of later and for the purpose of writing the interviewer a thank-you letter (see Appendix B for a sample thank-you letter following an interview). ... You should not feel pressured to say yes to a job offer if you are not ready to commit to the job or feel that the position doesna#39;t meet your particular needs (Pappas aamp; Claborn, 2006).
|Title||:||The Official Guide for Foreign-Educated Allied Health Professionals|
|Author||:||Ms. Barbara Nichols, MS, DHL, RN, FA, Dr. Catherine R. Davis, RN, PhD, Barbara L. Nichols, DHL, MS, RN, FA, CGFNS International|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2009-10-19|