Provides and overview of the use of interactive video technology for education and training in the health professions, including Medicine, Nursing, Allied Health, Dentistry, Patient Education, and Health Promotion. Chapters cover optical storage technology , pharmaceutical companies, universities/colleges, hospitals, commercial vendors, public organizations, professional associations, testing a certification, museum/public exhibits, information systems, and research/surveys. Includes a list of resources for additional information including books, periodicals, directories, market reports, conferences/workshops, special interest groups, awards, demonstration centers, and disc mastering companies.The standard required companies to develop proactive health and safety policies and programs and mandated training ... In addition, OSHA announced recently that it would also enforce guidelines in the healthcare industry for controlling the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Videodiscs in Healthcare: A Guide to the Industry|
|Author||:||Scott Alan Stewart|
|Publisher||:||Stewart Publishing, Inc. - 1990-05-01|