Psychological types of health administration students: suggestions for teaching, learning, and the future of the profession.

Academic Article

Abstract

  • In this article, the configurations of psychological types that exist among a sample of 393 American graduate health administration students are analyzed. These data are compared to the psychological type characteristics of both university-level faculty and practicing health care administrators. Important insights can be derived from these comparisons in terms of teaching and learning in health administration programs, and they serve as a foundation for a coming transformation within the profession of health services administration.
  • Author List

  • O'Connor SJ; Shewchuk RM; Adams A
  • Start Page

  • 257
  • End Page

  • 276
  • Volume

  • 13
  • Issue

  • 2