Health Services, Information Management faculty published in current journal

Robert Campbell

Bonita Sasnett

Patricia Royal

Faculty in the Department of Health Services and Information Management in the College of Allied Health Sciences have reported recent publications in the Journal of Health Administration Education 28(2).

An article by Patricia Royal, “Does practice make perfect? An approach to incorporating simulations and role plays in healthcare administration students’ curriculum,” describes how using standardized clients helps students gain interpersonal skills in preparation toward health careers.

An article by Robert Campbell and Bonita Sasnett, “Using Service Learning to Teach Teamwork and Peer Learning Skills to Health Services and Information Management Students,“ discusses the importance of introducing service learning into the curriculum with sophomores and seniors working in teams to develop community projects for local health care facilities in the Greenville communities.

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