Students Enrolled in Health Services Administration Program Published in Journal

Posted on 10/13/2009 12:44:36 PM

The Health Services Administration (HSAD) graduate degree program is a collaboration between the Employment and Labor Relations Department and the Nursing and Allied Health Professions Department. The first cohort in this 36-credit Master of Science degree completed their two year program in August 2009.

As part of their course work, Gale Noonan, Audra Palmo, Chris Baum, Donna Pike, Heidi Buterbaugh, Jennie Feight, Polly Davis, and Sonya Arotin, along with Professor Nashat Zuraikat, completed a book review of author Bill Strickland’s Make the Impossible Possible; One Man’s Crusade to Inspire Others to Dream Bigger and Achieve the Extraordinary. This book review was completed as part of the requirements for HSAD 761 (Human Services Administration Practicum) and will be published in the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Volume 20, November 4, 2009. Dr. Nashat Zuraikat was the instructor for this course and assisted the students with this publication.

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