Andrea McGill-O'Rourke, PhD

Assistant Professor Healthcare Administration

Andrea McGill-O'Rourke's Bio Photo

 

BA Ithaca College
MSW University of PA
PhD University of Maine

Phone: (603) 899-4192
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Courses Taught
  • Healthcare Administration
  • General Business Administration
  • Public Health
  • Emergency Medical Services Management
Research Interests & Expertise Areas
  • Leadership in healthcare
  • Work-Life integration
  • Teamwork in the classroom
  • Bullying in higher education
  • Civility in the workplace
  • Perception of Health behaviors in college-aged students
  • Laterial violence in higher education faculty

Publications and Presentations

Publications: 2019- NH-INBRE Annual Meeting, Bretton Woods, NH, “Do College Students Have Shared Beliefs About Health Behaviors.”

2019-DeLauer, V., McGill-O’Rourke, A., Gordon, C., Hamilton, N., Desruisseaux, R., DuarteCanela, M., Heyer, A., Macksoud, K. Human papillomavirus and health decision-making: Perceptions and accountability in college. Health Education Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/0017896919862309

2019- IACBE Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, “Smiling Faces: Bullying in the Academy.”

2019- Franklin Pierce University Indie Lens Pop-Up, “The Providers”, Panel Member.

2018- 2018 NH-INBRE Annual Meeting, Bretton Woods, NH, “Human Papillomavirus Virus (HPV): Perceptions & accountability in early adulthood.”

2016- New England Healthcare Engineers Society Fall Conference, Bretton Woods, NH, “Creating a Culture of Civility in the Workplace.”

2015- Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Denver, CO, “From Classroom to Workplace: Teamwork Skill-building for Future Healthcare Leaders.”


Professional Memberships

  • American College of Healthcare Executives

Awards

  • 2018- Named-15 Influential Healthcare Administration Professors to Know by MHA Online

  • 2018- Received Franklin Pierce University SGA 2018/2019 Faculty/Staff Recognition Award.

 

Grants Received

  • 2019-National Institutes of Health - INBRE (Idea Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence) New Hampshire. Physiological and Psychological Impacts of Time Spent Outdoors.$10,433 (Project Investigator).
  • 2018- National Institutes of Health - INBRE (Idea Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence) New Hampshire. Responsibility for Health Decision-making in Early Adulthood: Vaccinations, Nutrition, and Outdoor Immersion. $4,542. (Project Investigator). 

     

Service

  • Curriculum Committee-chair
  • IACBE Accreditation-co-chair