Journal of Health Administration Education

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The Journal of Health Administration Education (JHAE) is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal which chronicles educational research, case studies, and essays by leading health administration educators and professionals.

The Journal addresses key issues in healthcare management and health policy education nationally and internationally and is the foremost authoritative guide on the latest academic and professional developments in the field.

As one of the only professional publications in the field, the Journal sets a standard in health administration education research.


Editorial Board

Leonard H. Friedman, Editor PhD, MPH,FACHE George Washington University
Jeff Canar PhD Rush University
Bruce Fried PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Richard Greenhill DHA, FISQua, FACHE Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Anne Hewitt PhD Seton Hall University
Steven W. Howard PhD Saint Louis University
Jami Jones PhD Medical University of South Carolina
Julie M. Kapp MPH, PhD University of Missouri
Linda J. Mast PhD, FACMPE Northcentral University
Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld PhD Towson University
Stephen J. O'Connor PhD, FACHE University of Alabama at Birmingham 
Maia Platt PhD University of Detroit Mercy


Most Recent issue

Volume 38, Number 1
Special COVID-19 Issue

Introduction to the Special Issue
Author: Friedman, Leonard

Guest Editors Perspective
Authors: Hewitt, Anne; Gambescia, Stephen; Kiel, Joan

Perspectives on Online Teaching Transitions, Tips, and Techniques
The COVID-19 Fallout: Understanding Healthcare Management Student Perspectives on the Shift from In-Person to Remote Course Instruction
Authors: Louis, Christopher; Landry, Amy; Silvera, Geoffrey; Robbins, Julie; Shay, Patrick; Lee, Heather; Felix, Joel; Cave, Sarah; Fishman, Paul

Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic; MHSA Faculty Experiences
Authors: Brooks, Joanna; Cox, Glen; Averett, Ellen, Hughes, Dorothy

Using Design Thinking and Appreciative Inquiry to Modernize Curriculum and Transform Student Learning
Authors: Sriharan, Abi; Smith, Tina; Shea, Christine; Berta, Whitney

Teaching Online – Practical Success Strategies
Author: Marcus, Gail

Road Map to Remote Instruction During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Authors: Kaufman, Melissa; Stimpson, Jim

Experiential Learning Amid the Pandemic
The COVID-19 Senior Experience in Clinical Leadership & Management; Practicum, Capstone, and Beyond
Authors: Kercsmar, Sarah; Clancy, Karen

What is the value of administrative fellowships in the era of COVID-19?
Authors: Robbins, Julie; Garman, Andrew; Boren, Sue; Haga, Rachel; Hall, Randa Smith; Killaly, Cathy; Simms, Jeffrey; Song, Paula

Maintaining Experiential Learning Continuity and Integrity During a Global Pandemic
Authors: McVicar, Kimberly; Bullard, Gail

Course-Based Innovations Including Teachable Moments
Authors: Linkov, Faina; Khanijahani, Ahmad; Akinci, Fevzi; Swanson-Biearman, Brenda

Program Management and Challenges
Student Job Readiness During a Pandemic
Authors: Howard, Diane; Howard, Joanne; Scott, Leodis

Managing and Conducting a Site Visit through Disruption
Authors: Bhavsar, Grishma; Yap, Glenn; Tombler, Ying; Esparza, Salvador; Turner, Jason; Howell, Jeremy

An Exercise Using a Social Ecological Lens to Understand the Vast Network of Stakeholders Required to Manage a Pandemic
Authors: LeRouge, Cynthia; Deckard, Gloria; Fruhling, Ann; Lyon, Victoria

Engaging with the Pandemic as an Essential Service of a University COVID-19 Crisis Response Task Force
Authors: Bensley, Robert; Bensley, Rebekah; Graber, Jessica; Brusk, John

A Case Study of MHA Faculty and Student Experiences in Adapting Learning Modality Options to Hybrid Flexible (HyFlex) During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Authors: Colfer, Brian; Johri, Nalin; Wagner, Stephen

Contact the Editor

For inquiries related to publishing in the Journal of Health Administration Education, please contact Leonard H. Friedman via email or mail to:

Leonard H. Friedman, PhD, MPH, FACHE
The George Washington University
Professor and MHA@GW Program Director
Department of Health Policy & Management
950 New Hampshire Ave., NW Suite 600
Washington, DC 20052 US