Advances in Physiology Education
Academic advising outcomes can be linked to both student success and retention. Yet relatively little is known specifically related to advising in physiology programs. Pro- fessional organizations dedicated to academic advising in general, and more specifically advising future health professional students exist, yet, whether current physiology programs utilize these resources remains unknown, as does a number of other demographic informa- tion about advising in physiology programs. Here we present data gathered from a sample of physiology educators to inform what current advising practices of physiology students are. Forty-five re- spondents from a variety of institutions and programs provided information on advising structures, resources utilized, student popu- lations, and concerns. While programs may differ, many of the concerns regarding advising physiology students are the same.
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Crecelius, Anne R. and Crosswhite, Patrick L., "Advising Physiology Students: Perceptions from the Programs" (2020). Health and Sport Science Faculty Publications. 104.
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