Dissertations for Health Care Management Health Sciences
Cimino, Linda Marie
Newly hired registered nurse assessment abilities, critical thinking skills, confidence in assessment and critical thinking, self-efficacy, and orientation program evaluation in hospital settings utilizing and not utilizing simulation based orientationPh.D. thesis, Dowling College.
Creating champions of change: Engaging physicians and information technology staff in the shared Electronic Health RecordMaster's thesis, Royal Roads University .
de Souza, Lionel S.
Meeting the business management development needs of physicians: A study of the opportunities provided by online educationPh.D. thesis, Capella University.
DeRosa-Melnick, Marie Elaine
Trends and perceptions of health care professionals on the use and effectiveness of computer-based trainingPh.D. thesis, Temple University.
The application of Design for Six Sigma to the development of web-based training for clinical laboratory personnelMaster's thesis, California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Hendrix, Dorothy Marie
Computer self-efficacy among health information studentsDoctor of Philosophy thesis, Walden University.
Hoffman, Sharon Marie
An examination of the intent to adopt a computer-based training innovation by employees of a major regional health care systemPh.D. thesis, Nova Southeastern University.
Johnson, Tasia C.
Electronic health record implementation for an NCAA baseball teamMaster's thesis, The College of St. Scholastica.
Computer-based Training at a Military Medical Center: Understanding Decreased Participation in Training among Staff and Ways to Improve Completion RatesDoctor of Education thesis, Northcentral University.
Macias, Ron J.
Technology-based training of administrators in residential care facilities for the elderlyPh.D. thesis, Alliant International University.
Mani, Nandita S.
Instructional designers' perceptions regarding preparation for practice in a health care environmentPh.D. thesis, Wayne State University.
Migeot, Andres Ibanez
First Nations led telemedicine: From access to effective useMaster's thesis, University of Guelph .
O'Malley, Lynis Ann
Participant perceptions of video link distance learning effectiveness in adult health continuing education and trainingPh.D. thesis, Montana State University.