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Program Director"s Handbook, 2002-2003.

Program Director"s Handbook, 2002-2003.

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English


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Important Links on the Program Director Page Program Director Order Form for training program items: Order shirts, medals, and hats/visors for your program from this form. New Program Director Certification Test: This Test must be taken by all new Program Directors. Please submit the answers to the National Program Director. VHA HANDBOOK Janu 4 b. Critical elements in the proposal include: (1) A description of the proposed program, with attention to the program elements that are in paragraph 8. (2) A depiction of the interdisciplinary team as described in this Handbook, and a description of the responsibilities of each team member.


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