The relevance of empowerment to the Navy Medicine Executive Management Education Program
Farmer, Brian M.
Thomas, Kenneth W.
Orloff, Kenneth L.
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The purpose of this thesis is to explore the need for empowerment education for the Navy Medicine Executive Management Education Program. Data from the NPS/BUMED Survey (1992), the Healthcare Forum Survey (1992), and other sources are analyzed to determine the perceived needs and benefits of empowerment training. Existing Navy Programs as well as private sector programs are reviewed in order to determine whether these programs could fill this need
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