2008 - Amanda (Walters) Scarbrough, MS, PhD

Advisor:  William J. Winslade, J.D., Ph.D.

Dissertation Title: Compassion and Conflict: The Impact of the Medicare End-Stage Renal Disease Program
Current Position and Address: Manager, Operational Projects and Planning
East Texas AHEC
301 University Blvd
Galveston, TX 77555-1056
phone: 409-772-0877
email: amanda.scarbrough@utmb.edu

Dissertation Committee:
Ronald Carson, Ph.D.
Robert Beach, M.D.
Stella Smetanka, J.D.
Cheryl Vaiani, Ph.D.

Prior to joining the faculty of Texas State University, Amanda was a lecturer and the residency coordinator at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. While a student at UTMB her field of studies included health-care ethics and health policy. Her master's degree is from the George Washington University in Health Services Administration. While in Washington D.C., Amanda worked on Capital Hill. Her teaching and research interests include long-term care and minority access to health-care services.

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