USU LEAD Published Works

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Published Works

To learn more about LEAD:

Callahan, C., & Grunberg, N.E. (in press).  Military medical leadership. In D.C. Smith, E.B. Schoomaker & F. O’Connor (Eds.), Fundamentals of Military Medical Practice. Washington, DC: Borden Institute, Office of the Surgeon General of the Army.

Grunberg, N.E., Barry, E.S., Callahan, C.W., Kleber, H., McManigle, J.E., Schoomaker, E.B., (2018). A conceptual framework for leader and leadership education and development. International Journal of Leadership in Education. 1-7.

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.

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

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. 301-321.

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

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.

 

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"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).

ral PLS Program (page 3).