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June 2002

Volume 22 | Number 3

Special Theme: Liberal Arts and Preparing for the Health Professions

Becoming a Physician: The Value of a Liberal Arts Education in Preparing for a Career in Medicine
Laurence A. Sevett, M.D.

Health Professions Advising at Liberal Arts Colleges: An Integrated Approach
David A. Verrier, Ph.D.
Alan W. Childs, Ph.D.

The Precarious Position of the Medical Humanities in the Medical Curriculum
Lester D. Friedman, Ph.D.


More on Standardized Tests

The MCAT Science Content Review Part II: Education in Preparing for a Career in Medicine
Patricia Etienne, Ph.D.
Ellen Julian, Ph.D.

Composite ACT Scores as a Predictor of MCAT Scores and the Likelihood of Acceptance to Medical School
Stan Eisen, Ph.D.

Predicting MCAT Scores Using Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Scores
S. Q. Lafi, Ph.D
J. B. Kaneene, Ph.D.
J. B. Tasker, Ph.D.



Viewpoints

The Healer Within
Susan Nelson, Ph.D.

Getting Acquainted or Reacquainted with the Premedical Advisor's Reference Manual
Edward N. Trachtenberg, Ph.D., Editor
Wendy A. Praisner, Associate Editor

Introduction to the Health Professions: A Course Designed for the "Pr-Med" Student
Karla M. Bruntzel, Ph.D., A.T.C.
Douglas Fickess, Ph.D.

Book Review: Death to Dust: What Happens to Dead Bodies?
Book by Kenneth J. Iverson, Ph.D
Review by Cecilia Fox, Occidental College

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