USU LEAD Published Works

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Published Works

To learn more about LEAD:

O'Connor, F. G., Grunberg, N.E., Harp, J.E., & Deuster, P.A. (in press). Exertion-related illness: The critical roles of leadership and followership. Current Sports Medicine Reports.

Barry, E.S., Dong, T., Durning, S.J., Schreiber-Gregory, D., Torre, D., Grunberg, N.E. (in press). Faculty assessments in a military medical field practicum: Rater experience and gender do not appear to influence scoring. Military Medicine. E-publication. 

Barry, E.S., Hudepohl, N., Kleber, H.G., McManigle, J.E., Wesitroffer, J.K., Grunberg, N.E. (2019). Importance of integration of leader and leadership education and development in medical education across the life-cycle. MedEdPublish. https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2019.000218.1

Barry, E.S., & Grunberg, N.E. (2019). Healthcare teams. In J.F. Quinn, & B.A. White (Eds.), Cultivating Leadership in Medicine. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Barry, E.S., & Grunberg, N.E., McManigle, J.E. (2019). Uniformed Services University School of Medicine Leader and Leadership Education and Development. In J.F. Quinn, & B.A. White (Eds.), Cultivating Leadership in Medicine. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Grunberg, N.E., & Barry, E.S. (2019). Effective communication. In J.F. Quinn, & B.A. White (Eds.), Cultivating Leadership in Medicine. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Callahan, C., & Grunberg, N.E. (2019). Military medical leadership.  In: O'Connor FG, Schoomaker EB, Smith DC, eds. Fundamentals of Military Medicine. San Antonio, TX: Borden Institute; 2019:51-66.

Yarnell, A.M., Dullea, C., & Grunberg, N.E. (2019). Military communication.  In: O'Connor FG, Schoomaker EB, Smith DC, eds. Fundamentals of Military Medicine. San Antonio, TX: Borden Institute; 2019:165-178.

Barry, E.S., Dong, T., Durning, S.J., Schreiber-Gregory, D., Torre, D., Grunberg, N.E. (2019). Medical student leader performance in an applied medical field practicum. Military Medicine. E-publication. https://doi.org/10.1093/milmed/usz121

Barry, E.S., Grunberg, N.E., & Kleber, H.G. (2018). Approaches for curriculum and assessment in leader and leadership education and development programs in American medical schools. MedEdPublish, 7, [4], 23, doi: https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2018.0000244.1

Grunberg, N.E., Barry, E.S., Callahan, C.W., Kleber, H.G., McManigle, J.E., Schoomaker, E.B. (2018). A conceptual framework for leader and leadership education and development. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 22 (5), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1080/13603124.2018.1492026

Barry, E.S., Grunberg, N.E., Kleber, H.G., McManigle, J.E., Schoomaker, E.B. (2018). A four-year medical school leader and leadership education and development program. International Journal of Medical Education. 9, 99-100. https://doi.org/10.5116/ijme.5abe.12d2

Grunberg, N.E., Barry, E.S., Kleber, H., McManigle, J.E., Schoomaker, E.B., (2018). Charting a course for leader and leadership education and development in American medical schools. MedEdPublish, 7 (1) 37, https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2018.0000037.1

Yarnell, A.M., & Grunberg, N.E. (2017). Developing "Allostatic Leaders": A Psychobiological Perspective. In M. Clark & C.W. Gruber (Eds.), Leader Development Deconstructed. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 23-50.

Grunberg, N.E., Barry, E.S., Kleber, H., McManigle, J.E., Schoomaker, E.B., (2017). Seven steps to establish a leader and leadership education and development (LEAD) program. In M. Clark & C.W. Gruber (Eds.), Leader Development Deconstructed. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 301-321.

Eklund, K.E., Barry, E.S., Grunberg, N.E. (2017). Gender and Leadership. In A. Alvinius (Ed.), Gender Differences in Different Contexts, InTech, 129-150.

 O’Connor, F., Grunberg, N.E., Kellermann, A., & Schoomaker, E. (2015).  The USUHS school of medicine leadership education and development program (LEAD).  Military Medicine, 180, 4: 147-152, https://doi.org/10.7205/MILMED-D-14-00563

 

For additional information about USU LEAD, please visit:

"New Leadership Curriculum Developed for USU" 2016, USUHS Article

Neil Grunberg member of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program (PLS) graduates from 2015 inaugural PLS Program (page 3).