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Tony Wynne, Executive Director
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The National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions serves as a resource for the professional development of health professions advisors. It is a representative voice with health professions schools and their professional associations, undergraduate institutions, and other health professions organizations. The Association promotes high standards for health professions advising at universities and colleges. It assists advisors in fostering the intellectual, personal, and humanistic development of students as they prepare for careers in health professions. Read More
The Advisor publishes three basic categories of papers: Research articles, Viewpoint (descriptive or opinion pieces), and Reports (short papers). Priority is given to original papers submitted by health professions advisors. Secondary priority is assigned to health professional schools and health professional school associations. Articles other than reprints must assign copyright to the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions, Inc.
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The appearance of an advertisement in this journal does not constitute an endorsement of the products or services featured. NAAHP, Inc. reserves the right to decline the publication of submitted material at its discretion. Original contributions are the sole property of NAAHP, Inc. and are copyrighted as such. For reprint information and requests, please contact Malinda Byrne, at email@example.com. Generally, advisors and others should feel free to make copies of articles for educational purposes, but copies may not be included in any form for which there will be a charge.