Posters will be available throughout the duration of the 2021 AUPHA Virtual Annual Meeting between June 8th and June 24th. This will allow you to view them at your leisure. In the meantime, you can review the poster titles below and click on titles for additional information



2020 Educational Perspectives Survey: Lessons from Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A Global Case Writing Telecollaboration: Providing Students a Virtual Prism of Opportunities

Adapting Healthcare Management and Informatics Internships During COVID-19: Remote and Alternative Options

Advancing High Reliability in Georgian Healthcare

Building a New Undergraduate Curriculum in Digital Healthcare Management

Career-Ready Graduates: A Curricular Pathway

Connecting LinkedIn Learning Video Courses to Program Competencies and Bodies of Knowledge

Creating an Online Orientation/Introduction Course

Creating Successful Interprofessional Learning - Between Nursing Graduate and Healthcare Administration Undergraduate Students

Cross Validation of CESD to Measure Depression Among a Specific Cohort

Cultivating Cats: A Young Alumni Mentoring Program and Preceptor Pipeline

Curriculum Innovation in Action: Implementation of a Pilot Premise Review Committee

Decision-Making in Emergency Preparedness: A Case Study of Hurricanes Florence and Michael

Developing an Organizational Professionalism Competency Model to Enhance Health Management Education

Elevating Older Adults and Caregivers: Initiating a Post-Acute Concentration and Certificate Program

Embedding Undergraduate Research in a Healthcare Administration Program Using a Course-Based Approach

Emergency Preparedness for Health Profession Students Entering the Health Industry

Empower Lunches: Providing an Inclusive Opportunity for Healthcare Professional Development and Networking

How Educators Can Reshape Student Perspective Regarding Online Education Delivery

How Many in This Class? Graduate Student Perception of Online Class Size

Innovating Care Practice to Facilitate Therapeutic Connections: Patient & Provider Perspectives

Mining CTU Messenger Data in Healthcare Courses to Maximize Student Engagement

Nurses Experience of Engagement and Voice at Work - A Qualitative Study

Post-Acute Care Administration Specialization for NAB HSE Accreditation

Program Development and Course Redesign for the Modern Student

Ready for Class Simulations? Practical Lessons Learned to Jump Start Your Approach

Strategic Planning as a Prism to Develop Reflective Innovations for Competency Revisions

Systemic and Strategic: Fostering Diversity and Inclusion within the Connective Learning Environment

The Need for Restorative Environmental Design Curriculum: Knowledge, Awareness, and Practice

Using Technology to Remotely Teach Post-Acute Setting Design for Patients with Disabilities

Utilization of CARES ACT and FAFSA Funding During COVID-19 Pandemic for Students

Validating a New Instructional Method: Supply-Chain Consultants Versus MHA Students

Virtual Reality Learning Meets Health Care Management

Why Wait to Innovate? Finding A Different View of the Prism