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    Sophie Teague

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    50 Countries Later, Global Lessons for Improving America’s Health

    Posted by Sophie Teague on Apr 24, 2018 12:39:07 PM

    By Richard Skolnik, MPA (author of Global Health 101, 3rd Ed.)

    http://www.globalhealth101.com/ 

    In the Beginning of Time

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    Topics: Richard Skolnik, Global health

    Health Care Management Internships, Capstones, and Working Adults

    Posted by Sophie Teague on Apr 12, 2018 12:28:09 PM

    By Sharon Buchbinder, RN, PhD

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    Topics: health care management, Sharon Buchbinder

    Working in Global Health: Lessons They Don’t Always Tell You

    Posted by Sophie Teague on Mar 7, 2018 7:26:05 PM

    by Richard Skolnik, MPA, Author of Global Health 101, 3rd Edition

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    Topics: Richard Skolnik, Global health

    Informational Interviewing: a 2-Part Student Assignment with Rubric

    Posted by Sophie Teague on Feb 1, 2018 5:52:00 PM

    By Sharon Buchbinder, RN, PhD

    Author of Introduction to Health Care Management, 3rd Edition

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    Topics: Sharon Buchbinder

    4 Strategies to Keep Your Students Engaged All Semester Long

    Posted by Sophie Teague on Jan 4, 2018 11:43:55 AM

    by Sara Wilensky, JD, PhD
    (
    Co-author of Essentials of Health Policy and Law, 3rd Edition)

    I find the first day of class as exciting as a professor as I did as a student.   I have the students’ attention (most, anyway) and they are open-minded and ready to learn a new subject. It does not take long, however, for the excitement to wane, the laptops to proliferate, and the empty stares to return. In order to keep the “first day of class” excitement throughout the semester, I try to incorporate various types of exercises and group activities in class.

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    Topics: classroom learning