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UNBC clinic of care: clinic manual and marketing plan
Jeffrey Ryan James (author)Linda O'Neill (Thesis advisor)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Education (MEd)
Number of pages in document: 86
The purpose of this project was to develop two documents that will become the framework for the proposed establishment of a clinic of counselling that would meet the training needs of graduate students in the University of Northern British Columbia's (UNBC) Masters of Education, Counselling Specialization program, and the needs of community members of Prince George. The two documents include a marketing plan for the implementation of the proposed clinic and a manual for the operation of the clinic. The clinic manual is a document that forms the foundation on which to build a safe, ethical, professional, and organized clinic through detailed clinic policies and procedures. This manual is comprehensive enough to give people all the required information needed to run the clinic. The marketing plan provides those who work on implementation a framework for how to deliver competent services, address financial needs, raise funds, and do risk assessment.
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