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Paul P. Brooke Jr. Ph.D. FACHE

Professor and Dean


  • 1964 B.A. Seminary and Philosophy - St. Joseph’s College- Yonkers, NY
  • 1976 M.H.A. Hospital Administration- Baylor University- Waco, TX
  • 1979 M.M.A.S. Art and Science- U.S. Army Command & Military Staff College- Ft. Leavenworth, KS
  • 1986 Ph.D. Hospital and Health Administration- University of Iowa- Iowa City, IA


Brooke, P. and J. Price. 1989. The determinants of employee absenteeism: An empirical test of a causal model. J. Occupational Psych. 62:1-19.

Brooke, P. 1992. Successfully managing managed care: Organizational skills needed by hospitals in an era of managed care. Topics in Health Care Financing. 19(2):1-10.

Brooke, P., Hudak, R., and K. Finstuen. 1994. Product-line evaluation of graduate medical education costs among clinical specialties: A multivariate approach. Hosp & Health Svcs Admin. 39(2):265-278.

Hudak, R., Brooke, P. and K. Finstuen. 1994. Forecast 2000: A prediction of skills, knowledge and abilities required by senior medical treatment facility leaders into the 21st century. Military Medicine. 159(7):494-500.

Brooke, P. 1994. Hospital survival in a restructuring industry. Texas J Rural Health. 13(2):1-4.

Brooke, P. 1995. Defining access to needed health services: Conceptual, operational and policy implications. Texas J Rural Health. 14(1):29-39.

Chambers, W.C., Brooke, P., Kennedy, M., Bories, R. and C. Nielsen. 1995. Increasing returns: Economic aspects of the technological imperative in health care. International J Tech Management. 1995:48-59.

Brooke, P. 1997. Medicaid and managed Care: Operational issues and policy implications. Texas J Rural Health. 15(Fall):33-43.

Hudak, R., Brooke, P., Finstuen, K. and J. Trounson. 1997. Management competencies for medical practice executives: Skills, knowledge and abilities required for the future. J Health Admin Ed. 15(4):219-239.

Brooke, P., Hudak, R., Finstuen, K. and J. Trounson. 1998. Physician executives: Management competencies required in ambulatory care settings. The Physician Executive. 24(5):32-38.

Hudak, R., Brooke, P. and K. Finstuen. 2000. Identifying management competencies for health care executives: Review of a series of Delphi studies. J Health Admin Ed. 18:2.

Hudak, R., Brooke, P., Finstuen, K. and J. Trounson. 2002. Physician executives share insights on ways to influence people. The Physician Executive. 28(4):29-32.