Using Learning Style Preferences to Enhance the Education and Training of Allied Health Professionals

Thomas Sinnerton, Laurence Leonard, Katherine Rogers

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Original languageEnglish
JournalInternet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2014

Bibliographical note

This paper was based on a piece of work by a student on the School's Paramedic Trainer Course, Thomas Sinnerton. Mr Sinnerton completed an outstanding piece of work which was deemed suitable for publication. The manuscript was prepared for publication and submitted it to this journal based on its international status and relevance to allied health professionals. This was the first journal to which the manuscript was submitted and it was successful on the first attempt to publish.

The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice is an internationally peer-reviewed, open-access, scholarly, on-line journal dedicated to the exploration of allied health professional practice, research, and education. In 2012, the manuscript acceptance rate was 54%.

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