Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)
Originated under the auspices of G-XG0386 - W K Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) as a result of its efforts to professionalize the management of hospitals following World War II. Joint Commission on Education for Hospital Administration set up, 1945, to study needs of the hospital sector, which presented its report in 1948, calling for expansion of university graduate programmes. Ten programmes were opened, 1934-1953, within which discussions were held in 1948 about forming the association. First formal meeting took place, May 1949. Founding programmes: University of Chicago; Northwestern University; Columbia University; University of Minnesota; University of Toronto; Washington University; Yale University.
Be recognized as the global leader in advancing higher education and scholarship in healthcare management and health policy.
Events2021-06-08 | Tampa, FL USA – Annual Meeting
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