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Iowa State University

Industrial vocational-technical education

1981

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A Comparison Of Financially Assisted And Nonassisted Students In Selected Iowa Area School Career Education Programs , Carl Herman Rolf Jan 1981

A Comparison Of Financially Assisted And Nonassisted Students In Selected Iowa Area School Career Education Programs , Carl Herman Rolf

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Purpose. The purpose of this study was to determine the difference between having financial assistance and not having financial assistance on grade point average, program completion, and having secured employment related to training on postsecondary career education students from selected Iowa area schools and community colleges;Scope of the study. The sample included 598 full-time students from three Iowa area school/community college postsecondary career education programs. Of the 598, 154 received financial assistance from Basic Education Opportunity Grant (BEOG) and/or Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) funds and 444 did not receive BEOG and/or CETA financial assistance ...


Evaluation Of The Training And Continuing Education For Employment As An Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance , John Keith Smola Jan 1981

Evaluation Of The Training And Continuing Education For Employment As An Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance , John Keith Smola

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The training of most Emergency Medical Technicians - Ambulance today was conceived in the 1960s using the medical model of diagnoses and treatment. The demands upon the occupation by society, however, go beyond the limits of the original medical model. The medical model, for Emergency Medical Technicians - Ambulance, ignores interpersonal contact, complications caused by the emotions and values of both the Emergency Medical Technicians - Ambulance and the victim, and the advent of death as a factor in job element problem solving;This evaluative research study diverged from the usual attempt to measure performance standards based upon the application of knowledge, skills ...


The Articulation And Educational Trend For Associate And Baccalaureate Nursing Degrees , Beverly Joan Dunn Nelson Jan 1981

The Articulation And Educational Trend For Associate And Baccalaureate Nursing Degrees , Beverly Joan Dunn Nelson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This study was designed to determine the extent of articulation process between the Associate Degree nursing programs and the Baccalaureate Degree nursing programs which facilitates Associate Degree Registered Nurses opportunities to enter and complete advanced education in the field of nursing;The sample consisted of 127 Associate Degree nursing programs and 83 Baccalaureate Degree nursing programs that were located in nine Midwest states that are in close proximity to Iowa;The data to be gathered were concerned with identifying the entrance requirements for Associate Degree Registered Nurses to continue their education, determining if Associate Degree nursing graduates were given credit ...