ERIC Number: ED238306
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: N/A
The New Epidemiology--A Challenge to Health Administration. Issues in Epidemiology for Administration.
Crichton, Anne, Ed.; Neuhauser, Duncan, Ed.
The role of epidemiology in health administration is considered in 11 articles, and three course descriptions and a bibliography are provided. Titles and authors include the following: "The Need for Creative Managerial Epidemiology" (Gary L. Filerman); "The Growing Role of Epidemiology in Health Administration" (Maureen M. Henderson, Robin E. Scott MacStravic); "The Public Policy Impetus Toward the Epidemiological Approach to Health Planning and Administration" (Robert A. Chernow, David A. Pearson); "The Place and Content of Epidemiology in the Education of Health Planners/Administrators (Anne Crichton); "The Importance of Epidemiology in the Training of Health Planners" (J. Mark Elwood); "Integrating Epidemiology and Health Services Administration: A New Program At Yale University" (John D. Thompson); "An Epidemiologic Perspective for Managers" (K. Michael Peddecord); "The Marketing-Epidemiology Interface" (Roberta N. Clarke); "The Integration of Decision Analysis and Epidemiology in the Education of Health Administrators" (Rebecca Fuhrer); "The University of Toronto's Course in Community Health Appraisal Methods: One Course for All Community Health Professionals" (Raisa B. Deber); and "Information for Health Care: An Epidemiological Perspective" (Kerr L. White). (SW)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Allied Health Occupations Education, Community Health Services, Course Descriptions, Disease Control, Disease Incidence, Health Needs, Health Services, Higher Education, Planning, Public Health, Public Policy
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reference Materials - Bibliographies; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Univ. Programs in Health Administration, Arlington, VA.