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The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice is an internationally peer-reviewed, open-access, scholarly, online journal dedicated to the global exploration of allied health professional practice, research, and education. Now in it's 14th year of publication, the IJAHSP continues to welcome manuscripts from first time and seasoned authors who have the desire to share knowledge through the dissemination of published works online.

Current Issue: Volume 14, Number 2 (2016)

Commentaries

Manuscripts

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An investigation of screening for medical referral by Physical Therapists
Heather E. Mount, Cecilia Graham, Diane Clark, David Morris, and Kathleen Foley

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Interprofessional Simulation in Accredited Paramedic Programs
Kim D. McKenna, Elliot Carhart, Daniel Bercher, Andrew E. Spain, John Todaro, and Joann Freel

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EDITORS/REVIEWERS, THIS EDITION

Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Guy Nehrenz
Copy Editors
Dr. Eric Shamus
Dr. Cheryl Hill
Associate Editors
Dr. Peter Holub
Dr. Harvey Feldman
Dr. Anthony Dyda
Dr. Saravana Kumar
Reviewers
Dr. Debra Stern
Dr. Robert Grosz
Dr. Jodi Clark
Dr. Ingrid Provident
Dr. Lucylynn Lizarondo
Dr. Susan Cahill
Dr. Robert Mayo
Dr. John Long
Mr. J. Keith Williams
Dr. Judith Parker Kent
Mr. Timothy Burnham
Dr. Ingrid Provident
Lucylynn Lizarondo

Dr. Guy Nehrenz, IJAHSP Founder to Leave Journal

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With this issue, Dr. Nehrenz will be leaving the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice as he assumes his new role as Associate Dean for the Osteopathic Medical School at NSU. In his parting statement, Dr. Nehrenz said, "It has been a wonderful experience to watch this journal grow over the years. When Dr. Rick Davis, Dr. Steven Cohen and I started the journal in January 2003, we had no idea it would become the success it is today. I have made many friends and added many trusted colleagues around the globe. Though I am leaving, the journal will go on as always, and I am sure it will continue to grow under the direction of my friend and colleague, Dr. Cheryl Hill, and with the continued help of an incredible group of volunteer editors, reviewers and staff."