July 1, 2014 - Society of Federal Health Professionals: Military Medicine
Welcome to the Alumni Association!
The purpose of the Alumni Association is to inform alumni on the progress of Project HOPE, and to continuously support the organization through the knowledge, skills, financial resources, and loyalty of its alumni; to communicate and interpret the goals, achievements, and current programs efforts to others; and to promote a spirit of unity and loyalty among former program volunteers, staff, counterparts, and friends.
Progress continues as the History Project takes shape! Bill Walsh, Jr., Debbie Reister, and Arnie Kalunzny, PhD (Professor Emeritus of Health Policy and Management at the University of North Carolina School of Global Public Health) have submitted an abstract to the University about HOPE's Health Care Management Program that was conducted in Central and Easten Europe. If accepted, the paper will be a part of the school's 75th Anniversary Celebration in 2015.
The team has also created a questionnaire which will be sent to the faculty alumni and program participants of the Health Care Management Program. It is designed to solicit information about the impact the program had on participant's career goals as well as how it improved hospital management. Feedback in terms of strengths and weaknesses of the progarm and personal remembrances will also be captured in the survey. Telephone and/or video interviews will follow.
Dr. Craig B. Leman, General Surgeon, (Indonesia, Saigon, Peru, Guinea), July13, 2014
Dr. Peter J. Dever, General Surgeon, (Indonesia, Vietnam, Peru, Guinea), July 6, 2014
Upcoming Alumni Association Board Meeting - Conference Call Sept. 11 at 11:30 EST
Alumni Facebook Group
It won’t be long before the Alumni Association Facebook Group is activated. Look for a notice of its inauguration on this website.
Contact Information for Alumni Association Staff Liaison