Gary R. Gunderson, D.Div, D.Min
VP Faith & Health Ministries,
Medical Center Administration
Professor, Social Sciences & Health Policy
Community Networks; Electronic Health Records; Forms and Records Control; Clergy; Social Support
Academic: 336-716-5498 | Department: 336-716-2011
Crafting richer public health messages for a turbulent political environment. Matthews G, Burris S, Ledford SL, Gunderson G, Baker EL.. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2017;23(4):420-423.
From the Memphis Model to the North Carolina Way: lessons learned from emerging health system and faith community partnerships [invited commentary]. Cutts T, Gunderson G, Carter D, Childers M, Long P, Marisiddaiah L, Milleson H, Stamper D, Archie A, Moseley J, Viverette E, Baker B.. N C Med J. 2017;78(4):267-272.
The North Carolina Way: emerging healthcare system and faith community partnerships. Cutts T, Gunderson G.. Dev Pract. 2017;27(5):719-732.
Accountable lives: leading complex health structures. Gunderson G, Cutts T, Scoggin S, Winslow J, Battles C, Strauss T. In: Cutts TF, Cochrane JR, eds. Stakeholder health: insights from new systems of health. Winston-Salem (NC): Stakeholder Health;2016: 23-32.
Global dynamics at home. Cochrane JR, Gunderson G, Winslow J, Ion HW. In: Cutts TF, Cochrane JR, eds. Stakeholder health: insights from new systems of health. Winston-Salem (NC): Stakeholder Health;2016: 167-183.
Methods for managing and analyzing electronic medical records: a formative examination of a hospital-congregation-based intervention. Barnes P, Cutts T, Dickinson S, Guo H, Squires D, Bowman S, Gunderson G.. Popul Health Manag. 2014;17(5):279-286.
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