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Role of the Healthcare Nursing Educator
An interview with a faculty member of the Hatfield School on the role of the healthcare nursing educator.
# 133679 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Medical and Health (Nursing) , Education (General)

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The paper relates that the Hatfield School offers courses, graduate and undergraduate, from 3 divisions: Administration of Justice, Political Science, and Public Administration. The paper discusses how the Division of Public Administration of PSU is especially known for its graduate studies programs that train professionals from the public sector, healthcare industry, and nongovernmental, usually leading to a Masters degree. The paper relates that a big asset in the faculty of Mark O. Hatfield School of Government is the interviewee, Professor Sherril Gelmon, who is especially involved and is instrumental in setting up two of its graduate degrees: Master of Public Administration: Health Administration (MPA:HA) and Master of Public Health: Health Management and Policy (MPH).

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"Portland State University (PSU) is part of the Oregon University System. In the fall semester of 2006-2007, PSU had a total of 24,284 students, 74% of whom were undergraduates and 26% were graduate students. The university has a total of 124 degree programs, broken down into 51 Bachelor's degree programs, 61 Masters degree programs and 12 doctoral degrees programs. Portland State University's Hatfield School of Government is named after Mark O. Hatfield, a leading public and political figure in Oregon and the US."

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