You are invited to participate in one of the following surveys:
For: health pipeline program directors, staff, administrators
This anonymous survey addresses Health Professions pipeline program diversity recruitment and retention effectiveness. Over the past 30 years, pipeline programs have been created to recruit, retail, and graduate minority health professionals to increase the diversity of the health workforce. We want to know what successes have been made with various pipeline programs, especially those funded by federal agencies and private foundations. Your very valuable answers and opinions will help improve future pipeline program funding mechanisms. The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Click the survey title or icon to begin.
For: current health administration degree program students
This anonymous survey provides us with important information on the diversity impact within health administration graduate degree programs. Most programs are accredited by a national accrediting body, which suggests there are direct strategies related to diversity and inclusion. We want to know the extent of this implementation, and the impact for students. Your very valuable answers and opinions will be used to inform and develop recommendations for policies and programs relating to health administration degree program infrastructure and future diversity initiatives. The survey will take approximately 5-7 minutes to complete. Click the survey title or icon to begin.