ERIC Number: ED126273
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: N/A
Selected Papers of the Commission on Education for Health Administration: Volume II.
Commission on Education for Health Administration, Washington, DC.
The second volume of the Commission on Education for Health Administration's report contains papers generated to supplement other commission efforts, in areas that seemed to need special attention, and in which special expertise was available. The first three papers are reports on research projects undertaken by commission members in fields of their special interest and knowledge: public accountability, use of specialists in health administration practice, and supply and demand for administrative personnel. The results of five questionnaire surveys on existing graduate and undergraduate health administration education programs, and on how graduate students, graduate program graduates, and employers of those graduates view current and needed educational offerings are reported in the fourth paper. The fifth paper presents a preliminary inquiry into the identification and interpretation of practicing administrators' roles and day-to-day responsibilities. The final eight papers, presented at the Institute on New Approaches to Education for Health Administration, cover the following aspects of health administration education and practice: public accountability and human services orientation, health rather than illness focus, generic versus specialist aspects, the future administrator as viewed by others, credentialing, career mobility and lifelong learning, issues and educational implications, and the organizational network of education. (Author/MS)
Descriptors: Accountability, Administrator Education, Administrator Qualifications, Administrator Role, Allied Health Occupations Education, Credentials, Demand Occupations, Educational Assessment, Educational Needs, Educational Philosophy, Educational Programs, Educational Quality, Graduate Study, Health Facilities, Lifelong Learning, Occupational Mobility, Research Projects, Statistical Studies, Undergraduate Study
Health Administration Press, M2240 School of Public Service, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 ($12.50. 10% discount to librarians, 20% discount to bookstores and book dealers)
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, MI.
Authoring Institution: Commission on Education for Health Administration, Washington, DC.
Note: For Volume One, see ED 109 090