Service-learning Guidebook for Health Administration Faculty
Posted by on October 17, 2003
Announcing a Service-learning Guidebook for Health Administration Faculty
Authored by CCPH Fellow Anne M. Hewitt, Community-Campus Health Partners in Action: A Service-Learning GuideBook for Health Administration Faculty provides a faculty-friendly framework for incorporating successful service-learning experiences into a health administration curriculum. The GuideBook contains templates, surveys, guidelines and protocols that will enable health administration faculty and program directors to integrate service-learning into their courses.
Anne M. Hewitt, is Assistant Director and Assistant Professor of the Master in Healthcare Administration (MHA) Program in the Center for Public Service at Seton Hall University. She received her Ph.D. from Temple University where the American Lung Association awarded a grant to Anne for her doctoral dissertation study. In her faculty role, she is internship and practicum advisor for all healthcare graduate students, teaches two service-learning courses for the healthcare administration track students and is adjunct instructor in the online MHA program.
Read more about Anne and download the Guidebook at: http://www.futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/2002fellows-hewitt.html
For more resources on service-learning in health administration, visit http://www.futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/servicelearningres.html#HealthAdmin
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