Lean In / Lean Out: The Evidence and Myths of Gender and Leadership
Fritz Nordengren, MPH
Assistant professor – Master of Health Care Administration
My research is in learning preferences and the needs and differences of solitary learners and social learners. It begins with Myers Briggs Type Indicator® preferences and expands to explore how to best assist health care students as they switch from social learning environments in their cohorts to individual learning environments while on rotations.
Ann York, Ph.D.
Associate professor – Master of Health Care Administration
Evidence-based practice (EBP) has become an essential component of health care delivery today. We are studying effective and efficient ways to deliver EBP educational content online to both students and clinical preceptors and are looking at the impact this education may have on patient care.
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