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Name: Charles Braun
Title: Associate Professor
Office: Management & Marketing /LCOB
(1999). Labor relations in a turbulent health care environment. In J. Lancaster (Ed.), Advanced Nursing Practice: The Nurse as a Change Agent (2nd ed.). St Louis: Moseby-Year Book, Inc.
(1996, October). The intra-national vocabulary quiz: Using words to illustrate the diversity of America. Proceedings from the Seventeenth Annual Southern Industrial Relations and Human Resource Conference (pp. 80-82)., The University of North Carolina, Asheville.
(1997, October) ANA v. CNA: Title fight for organized nurses? Proceedings of the 18th Annual Meeting of the Southern Industrial Relations Academic Seminar (pp. 12-19). Lexington, KY.
& Ohmer, D. G. (1997, March). Rural hospitals as organizations in decline? A theoretical model. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Business Administration Association (BHAA Division) (pp. 110-117). Chicago, IL.
& Ohmer. D. G. (1997, March). A Theoretical proposal utilizing leadership style and substitutes for leadership for the assessment of total quality management implementation in an organization. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business & Behavioral Sciences Association (pp. 238-243). Las Vegas, NV.
& Thompson, M. A. (1998, June). The potential effects of welfare reform on West Virginia’s primary care center system. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Association for Health Services Research, Washington, DC. [On-line]. Available: http://www.ahst.org/1998/abstracts/braun.htm.
& Thompson, M. A. (1998, March). The other safety net: The role of health care in the economies of rural America. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Midwest Business Administration Association (BHAA Division) (pp. 12-19). Chicago, IL.
(1996). The strategies and environments of America’s small, rural hospitals. Hospital and Health Services Administration, 41(1), 138-139.
(1997). Organizational infidelity: How violations of trust affect the employer-employee relationship (Research Translation). Academy of Management Executive, 11(4), 94-5.
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