Norma Sanders

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The current health care environment can best be characterized as uncertain, unfamiliar, ambiguous, unexpected, untraveled, and amorphous. All administrators and managers are facing a tremendous challenge in managing available human, technological, materiel, and fiscal resources to accomplish their organization's mission. They must be able to assess(More)
The orientation process highlights entry into new roles and responsibilities. The attainment of competence in this process can be enhanced through the appropriate identification of requisite knowledge and skills and the use of creative tools to establish an organized process and documentation of progress. Clinical educators in acute care settings require an(More)
BACKGROUND Community participation in population health improvement can assist university researchers in targeting intervention resources more effectively and efficiently, leading to more effective implementation of interventions, because of joint ownership of both process and product. Two academic health centers partnered with community based organizations(More)
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