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  • Title: National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions > Home
    Descriptive info: .. Login.. About Us.. Join Now.. Why Join?.. Advertising.. Board of Directors.. Advisory Council.. Liaisons.. Member Resources.. NAAHP Bibliography.. NAAHP Sack.. Advisor Portals.. Application Services Fact Sheets.. Member Directory.. 2012 Meeting Sessions.. Public Resources.. Find an Advisor.. Health Professions Links.. HLTHPROF Guide.. Resource Calendar.. Position Announcements.. Post-Baccalaureate Options.. Diversity.. Addressing Diversity.. Supporting Diversity.. Publications.. HPAG.. Interview Brochure.. PARM.. Write for Success.. The Advisor Online.. The Advisor Abstracts.. Meetings.. 2014 NAAHP National Meeting.. 2013 Regional Meetings.. plus much more.. Not a Member?.. For access to everything we have to offer:.. 2012 issues of.. The Advisor.. are available online.. here.. NAAHP offers a variety of advertising opportunities.. View advertising rates.. WELCOME TO NAAHP.. We are the only organization exclusively dedicated to the needs of the health professions advisor.. Here you will find information about our national organization, its mission, membership, meetings, and publications along with links to numerous health professions advising resources and services.. More about NAAHP.. In the News.. Highlights Related to Health Professions Advising.. Study Challenges Validity of U.. S.. News & World Report Rankings.. The validity and usefulness of the annual U.. News World Report Primary Care Medical School (PCMS) rankings were challenged in a study published in the August issue of Academic Medicine.. The study s authors pointed out flaws in the methodology and concluded that the difference between those rankings and alternative methods showed variability that is greater than could be plausibly attributed to actual changes in training quality.. Read More.. AAMC President and CEO Darrell G.. Kirch, M.. D.. , and AAMC Chief Academic Officer John E.. Prescott, M.. , co-authored a commentary on the study  ...   Calculator (DLOC).. DLOC is an education debt management tool designed to promote responsible borrowing and loan repayment.. The new tool helps dental students and graduates organize and track their student loans, view loan repayment options, and create individual repayment scenarios based on their specific career plans.. ".. AOA, AACOM, and ACGME Issue Joint Statement on Unified Accreditation System.. "Over the past 18 months, the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) have been exploring the possibility of a new, unified graduate medical education (GME) accreditation system with the Accreditation Council for graduate Medical Education (ACGME) ".. Social Media Resource Highlights Medical Research Discoveries.. "The AAMC has announced a new social media resource to highlight federally funded medical research advance being made by scientists and physicians at the nation's medical schools and teaching hospitals ".. Regional Associations.. VirtualEvals.. VirtualEvals is a system that was created by a health professions advisor and a medical school admissions officer to help health professions advisors transmit letters of evaluation to health profession schools in a secure, confidential, and efficient manner.. Click here.. for information regarding VirtualEvals.. Please direct Membership, Publication ordering, and other General questions to.. Aliesha Dennis.. at the NAAHP National Office,.. NAAHP.. membership@naahp.. org.. Please direct Website questions, Marketing-Related inquiries, comments, or feedback to.. Theron Sands.. ,.. tsands@naahp.. 2012 National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions, Inc.. , All rights reserved.. NAAHP, Inc.. | 108 Hessel Blvd.. , Suite 101 | Champaign, IL 61820-6596 | Phone: (217) 355-0063 | Fax: (217) 355-1287.. Copyright 2013 by DotNetNuke Corporation.. Terms Of Use.. Privacy Statement.. Select Your Language..

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  • Title: National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions > Home
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  • Title: About Us
    Descriptive info: Back.. You are here >.. National Office.. 108 Hessel Blvd.. Suite 101.. Champaign, IL 61820-6596.. Phone: (217) 355-0063.. Fax: (217) 355-1287.. Susan A.. Maxwell.. Executive Director.. P.. O.. Box 38058.. Stuyvesant Plaza.. Albany, NY 12203-8058.. Phone: (518) 459-9780.. Fax: (518) 459-9781.. email:.. smaxwell227@aol.. com.. Theron R.. Sands.. National Office Manager.. send mail to the National Office.. Administrative Assistant / Membership.. adennis@naahp.. Missy Larson.. Media Specialist.. m.. larson@naahp.. Marian Rodgers.. Secretary.. mrodgers@naahp.. Pamela Smith.. Bookkeeper.. psmith@naahp.. What is NAAHP?.. The National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions is an organization of over 900 health professions advisors at colleges and universities throughout the United States.. NAAHP was established in 1974 to coordinate the activities and efforts of four independent regional associations, so that health professions advisors across the nation could function together and speak with one voice.. It has grown steadily from that beginning into an effective national clearing house for opinions of advisors and news from allopathic and osteopathic medicine, chiropractic, dental, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, podiatric medical, public health, and veterinary medical schools.. In addition, NAAHP has established partnerships with health professions schools and their organizations through advisor liaisons and an Advisory Council comprised of representatives from these organizations.. The success of NAAHP is directly dependent upon its four regional associations Central (CAAHP), Northeast (NEAAHP), Southeast (SAAHP) and West (WAAHP) from which it derives its strength and its membership.. NAAHP  ...   they prepare for careers in health professions.. Vision Statement.. The VISION of NAAHP is to become the premier organization educating and supporting health professions advisors.. To achieve this VISION, NAAHP will strengthen services by:.. Providing a representative voice.. Enhancing technological resources.. Increasing awareness of diversity issues.. Promoting excellence and integrity in the delivery of health professions advising.. What makes NAAHP worthwhile?.. Through its services, NAAHP gathers, sifts, and disseminates helpful information in a far more effective way than any individual advisor could do independently.. Through a unified voice, advisors can have an impact with health professions schools, associations, and application services by communicating the needs of advisors and their students.. Governmental Structure.. All activities of NAAHP are coordinated with and through the regional associations.. Management and control of corporation affairs are vested in the fourteen-member Board of Directors.. Each regional association selects two representatives to serve on the Board.. The Executive Director serves as an ex-officio member of the Board and is appointed for a three-year term.. The Director of Communications, Historian and Program Chair also serve as ex-officio members.. Other Board members serve two-year terms.. The Executive Director supervises daily affairs of NAAHP.. The Executive Committee, composed of the President-Elect, Past-President, President, Secretary, Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer, is elected by the Board of Directors at its annual meeting.. The NAAHP by-laws, which provide more detailed information on governance, are available to members on request..

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  • Title: Join Now
    Descriptive info: >.. Joining NAAHP.. NAAHP welcomes your interest in our organization and invites you to become a member.. You will be joining approximately 1,275 fellow health professions advisors and patron members from our health professions schools in receiving a quarterly journal, monthly electronic newsletter, discounted National Meeting registration, and discounted pricing on advisor-themed NAAHP publications.. For questions concerning membership contact.. Please Note!.. Membership dues are now being processed through our new online membership database.. Therefore, all members.. must.. have an account in the new database.. If you have not created an account, click on ".. Create new account.. " underneath the boxes where you would enter your username and password.. There is also a link there in case you have forgotten your password.. For assistance  ...   is a person employed by an accredited college, university, or program that grants a graduate level degree for licensure in the health professions, an association of such a college or institution, or a recognized association of health professionals.. Associate Patron.. member is a person employed by an accredited college, university, or program that grants a graduate level degree for licensure in the health professions, an association of such a college or institution, or a recognized association of health professionals that has at least one full Patron member with current membership in NAAHP.. Emeritus.. member is a person that has retired from health professions advising or admissions and who has been an Advisor or Patron member of NAAHP for at least 5 years before retirement..

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  • Title: Why Join NAAHP?
    Descriptive info: The Benefits of NAAHP Membership.. There are many reasons to join the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions.. Among them are:.. Reduced registration fees.. for NAAHP National Meetings.. Membership in.. HLTHPROF.. , a national health advising listserv.. Inclusion in and access to the online.. NAAHP Membership Directory.. which is used by advisors and admissions deans nationwide.. Full access to the.. Members-Only.. portions of the.. NAAHP website.. , including:.. The NAAHP-Sack, a directory of health professions associations including special phone numbers and email addresses for advisors.. It also houses the annual health professions updates provided by the 16 NAAHP Advisory Council associations and a Liaison Report from each.. Quick links to Advisor Portals.. Select past issues of.. And much more.. A subscription to.. NAAHP-Net.. , a monthly electronic newsletter with regular updates and late-breaking news.. Reduced pricing.. of NAAHP publications, which can be used in the office, library, or classroom.. These include:.. Health Professions Admission Guide (HPAG).. Pre-Medical Advisor's Reference Manual (PARM), a text exclusively for advisors to use in effectively advising their premedical students.. Interviewing for Health Professions Schools.. Write for Success: Preparing a Successful Professional School Application.. to learn more about or order NAAHP publications.. Quarterly copies of.. , NAAHP.. professional journal.. containing articles, reprints, and research studies pertaining to health professions advising, education, and careers.. to visit the Abstracts page.. There are two main types of membership in NAAHP, Patron members and Advisor members.. The official definitions of each are as follows:.. Advisor member.. is a health professions advisor that is employed by an accredited college or university.. Patron member.. is a person employed by an accredited college, university, or program that grants a graduate level degree for licensure in the health professions, an association of such a college or institution, or a recognized association of health professionals.. Does all this sound good?.. Join Now!.. Or, here are the unique benefits offered to each of the two kinds of membership in addition to those listed above.. Advisor Members.. Exchange ideas and information with health professions advisors across the US..  ...   the US.. Keep informed on health professions advising issues and share information with advisors contributing to valuable publications and participation through communication links.. Share current information and network with advisors and fellow health professions schools and associations by attending the biennial national conference and regional meetings.. Join with advisors and health professions organizations nationwide in promoting health professions careers and encouraging the most qualified and desirable candidates for these programs.. Work with advisors, undergraduate institutions, fellow health professions schools, and other appropriate agencies to improve health professions advising.. In addition to the general benefits listed previously, Patron members receive the following:.. Access to advisors and students at national.. "Meet the Deans" Sessions.. Discount pricing.. on advisor mailing labels and email-blasts.. Complimentary Listing.. in.. Discounted advertising.. and the National Meeting Program.. As a Patron Member, you would join more than 250 professional schools and national health professions associations in support of the NAAHP and its advisor membership.. Not convinced?.. Here are a few testimonials from NAAHP Advisor Members.. The benefits outweigh the cost.. I could not do my job without NAAHP.. NAAHP is by far the most helpful and supportive professional organization I've known, and I can t imagine trying to do my job without it.. Best professional organization of which I've ever been a member! Support is exceptional!.. NAAHP membership is extremely valuable as a professional development opportunity for all advisors, but especially for those whose primary responsibilities are teaching and departmental administration.. It is through my participation in regional and national meetings that I have learned how t serve my students well.. Especially important have been the personal and professional relationship, built as a result of my NAAHP membership, that have informed my work as an advisor and been a source of great friendships.. In addition, the opportunity to interact productively with admissions officers and other staff from the professional medical associations through out national meetings has been invaluable during my career as an advisor whose primary responsibilities were as a faculty member and chair of the Biology Department at my institution..

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  • Title: Advertising
    Descriptive info: Quarterly Journal.. is our quarterly journal (free to members or available by subscription) which contains research and viewpoint articles of interest to our members.. Often, issues of the journal have a particular theme, sometimes focusing on one health profession.. Individual schools, health profession associations, and commercial entities with health education related products or services may arrange to advertise in the journal by contacting.. Advertising rates and deadlines for.. Size of Advertisement.. Location in Journal.. Member Cost.. Non-Member Cost.. Width x Height.. All non-bleed.. B W.. Color.. Half page: 6.. 75" x 4.. 5".. Editor's discretion.. $200.. $275.. $250.. $325.. Full page: 6.. 75" x 9.. $350.. $500.. $435.. $585.. Inside back cover.. $650.. $625.. $775.. Inside front cover.. $1000.. $1150.. $1250.. $1400.. Back cover.. Journal Issue.. Deadline for Ads.. December.. November 1.. March.. February 1.. June.. May 1.. September.. August 1.. Please email all advertisements as a TIFF or PDF file to.. advertising@naahp.. All prices and dates are subject to change without notice.. Reaching Out to Advisors.. Many of our constituents, both Patron members and others, often ask us how to reach out to advisors to communicate about programs, special events, changes in procedures, etc.. This outline  ...   co-managed by Aliesha Dennis and Theron Sands at NAAHP.. It provides a forum to discussion among advisors, health profession schools representatives, and health profession associations' staff.. Participants can post an announcement, change of deadline, update, et cetera on the listserv.. To join, please email either Aliesha Dennis at.. or Theron Sands at.. Mail and Electronic Outreach.. The National Office sells mailing labels to associations, schools, or commercial entities with health related products who want to send material to our members.. Information from non-NAAHP members must be reviewed in advance.. A copy should be sent electronically to.. Labels for.. all NAAHP advisors.. $150.. $300.. single region's advisors.. $45.. $85.. Membership lists are updated daily and volume can be obtained from the National Office.. Labels may be purchased by called the NAAHP office.. NAAHP does not sell email addresses but would be happy to send an email message for you to our entire advisor membership or some subset of our advisor members by regions.. E-blasts to.. NAAHP Advisor Members.. $600.. Advisor Members in a single region.. $90.. $120.. Contact Aliesha Dennis at.. or (217) 355-0063 for more details.. Susan Maxwell, NAAHP Executive Director.. Carol Baffi-Dugan, NAAHP Director of Communications..

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  • Title: Board of Directors
    Descriptive info: President.. Julie Chanatry, PhD.. Colgate University.. jchanatry@colgate.. edu.. President-Elect.. Ruth Bingham, PhD.. University of Hawaii.. ruth.. bingham@hawaii.. Immediate Past-President.. Charles H.. Hauck, MFA.. University of Iowa.. charles-hauck@uiowa.. Cassandra Flambouras, MA.. University of Chicago.. flambouras@uchicago.. Treasurer.. W.. Thomas Langhorne, Jr.. , PhD.. Binghamton University.. State University of New York.. tlanghor@binghamton.. Assistant Treasurer.. Michael Deibel, PhD.. Earlham College.. deibemi@earlham.. Regional Representative.. (CAAHP) and.. 2014 Meeting Program Co-Chair.. Suzette D.. Combs.. University  ...   Rhona Beaton.. Union College.. beatonr@union.. Connie O'Hara.. St.. Joseph's University.. ohara@sju.. (SAAHP).. Francie S.. Cuffney, PhD.. Meredith College.. cuffneyf@meredith.. Celeste Crowe, MS.. Appalachian State University.. crowect@appstate.. (WAAHP).. Carmen Rexach, PhD.. Mt.. San Antonio College.. crexach@mtsac.. Phillip Scharf.. Arizona State University.. phillip.. scharf@asu.. Historian.. Hugo C.. Lane, DSc.. Wake Forest University.. lane@wtf.. Director of Communications.. Carol Baffi-Dugan, MA.. Tufts University.. carol.. baffi-dugan@tufts.. Debrah A.. Beck, PhD.. University of North Texas.. dbeck@unt..

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  • Title: Advisory Council
    Descriptive info: American Academy of Audiology.. Cheryl Kreider Carey, CAE.. ccarey@audiology.. Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges.. JoAnn Yanez N.. , MPH.. docyanez@gmail.. American Association of Colleges of Nursing.. Pam Malloy, RN, MN, OCN.. pmalloy@aacn.. nche.. Association of American Medical Colleges.. Geoffrey H.. Young, PhD.. gyoung@aamc.. American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine.. Thomas Levitan, MEd.. tlevitan@aacom.. Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.. Tony Wynne.. TWynne@aavmc.. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.. Jennifer Athay Adams, PharmD.. jadams@aacp.. Association of Chiropractic Colleges.. David S.. O'Bryon, JD, CAE.. obryonco@aol.. American Association of  ...   ppence@opted.. American Dental Association.. Beverly A.. Skoog, MA.. skoogb@ada.. Association of Schools of Public Health.. Allison J.. Foster, MBA.. afoster@asph.. American Dental Education Association.. Carolyn L.. Booker, PhD.. bookerc@adea.. Association of University Programs in Health Administration.. Stephanie Williams.. swilliams@aupha.. American Medical Association.. Fred Donini-Lenhoff, MA.. fred.. lenhoff@ama-assn.. Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.. Frank Yurasek, PhD, MSOM, MA.. fyurasek@nuhs.. American Occupational Therapy Association.. Neil Harvison, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA.. nharvison@aota.. Physician Assistant Education Association.. Danielle Di Silvestro.. ddisilvestro@paeaonline.. American Physical Therapy Association.. Jody Frost, PT, DPT, PhD.. jodyfrost@apta..

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  • Title: Liaisons
    Descriptive info: NAAHP Liaison Coordinator Association of American Medical Colleges.. Group on Student Affairs-Steering Committee.. Hauck.. edu.. Mary Beuscher.. beuscher@usp.. Linda Luck.. lluck@uab.. David Kaiser.. David_Kaiser@byu.. Alex Aljets.. alex.. aljets@oregonstate.. Kathleen Kolberg.. kkolberg@nd.. Committee F.. Ruth Bingham.. Committee D.. Larry Sullivan.. Larry.. Sullivan@avila.. Group on Student Affairs Committee  ...   Shipley.. lshipley@uwyo.. Barbara Huntington.. bhunting@sunstroke.. sdsu.. Group on Student Affairs ndash Committee on Diversity Affairs.. Francisco Castelan.. afcastelan@northwestern.. Shweta Trivedi.. strived@ncsu.. Valerie Bennett.. vbennett@fsmail.. bradley.. Nancy Blass.. nblass@ou.. Penelope Bennett.. penny.. bennett@colorado.. Jennifer Steffen Kimble.. jennifer.. kimble@carnegie.. gatech.. Janet Snoyer.. js100@cornell.. National Association of Minority Medical Educators..

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  • Title: Member Resources
    Descriptive info: Please bear with us as we expand this portion of the website.. If you have ideas about what resources you would like to see here, your proposals can be submitted to Carol Baffi-Dugan (.. ) or Theron Sands (.. The NAAHP Sack serves as the "go-to" for advisor members seeking information on health professions.. Check it out.. NAAHP Sack Components.. The NAAHP Sack contains the following components:.. Association Rolodex.. Health Professions Updates.. Liaison  ...   material for enriching one s knowledge of the health professions.. Membership Directory.. Within this resource is contact information for friends, colleagues, and patrons.. 2012 National Meeting Sessions.. This is a collection of the resources presented to the participants of the 2012 NAAHP National Meeting in Baltimore, MD.. Learn more.. Writing Letters of Recommendation.. This page is a revised version of an article originally printed in the March 2005 issue of.. "The Advisor".. Read it..

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  • Title: NAAHP Bibliography
    Descriptive info: The extensive bibliography of medicine what it s like to be a health care professional, what it s like to be a patient, what the experience of preparing for a career in health care is like provides an important complement to the students own experiences, in which they draw on their own encounters with illness and those of their families, activities in service to those who are ill, and time spent shadowing and talking with professionals in the students prospective careers.. This list of references, always a work in progress, should provide ample material for enriching one s knowledge of the professions.. The list is long and diverse, and the advisor can be of help in steering students to those references that may be of most help to the individual student.. In  ...   and resident experience.. C.. -.. choosing.. a career in health care.. D.. -patient.. diversity.. -what it s like to be a.. physician.. : memoirs and other books, collections of essays.. Pt.. patient.. When books have been reviewed in.. , the date of review is indicated in parentheses after the citation.. NAAHP bibliography revised by Ann Trail 08-2013.. You must be a current NAAHP member to utilize this Resource.. NAAHP welcomes your interest in our organization and invites you to become a member to gain access to the members-only section of our website.. Join approximately 1200 fellow health professions advisors and patron members from our health professions schools in receiving a quarterly journal, monthly electronic newsletter, discounted National Meeting registration and discounted pricing on advisor themed NAAHP publications.. Member Login.. Join or Renew..

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