Paula Masters

Paula Masters

Interim Assistant Dean for Student Services

Clinical Instructor
Dept. of Health Management and Policy 
Phone: 423-439-4421
Email:  Office address: Suite 51, Room L, Lamb Hall

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Education

DrPH student (current), Community and Behavioral Health, East Tennessee State University College of Public Health

MPH, Health Services Administration, East Tennessee State University College of Public Health

Certificate in Health Care Management, East Tennessee State University College of Public Health

BS, Health Services Administration, East Tennessee State University College of Public Health


Courses Taught

COBH 2100 Health Systems


Selected Research Support
  • Principal Investigator, Survive and Thrive Southeastern Regional Training Center, May 2012-December 2013. National Association of County and City Health Officials.
  • Principal Investigator, Public Health Training Center Performance Site, Submitted, Health Resources and Service Administration
  • Principal Investigator, Public Health Traineeship, Submitted, Health Resources and Service Administration

Publications

  • Brooks Billy, Blackley David, Masters Paula, Williams Christian, Mayes Gary, May, Stephen A., Pack Robert. Developing an Academic Health Department in Northeast Tennessee: A Sustainable Approach through Student Leadership. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. May 2014


Selected Presentations

  • American Public Health Association 2013 Annual Meeting and Exhibition(Oral Presentation) Billy Brooks, David Blackley, Paula Masters, Gary Mayes, Stephan May, Robert Pack. Developing an Academic Health Department in Northeast Tennessee. November 5th, 2013
  • Appalachian Student Research Forum (Poster Presentation) Billy Brooks, Dr. Brian Martin, Paula Masters, Dr. Robert Pack. Tennessee Public Health Workforce Needs Assessment: A Competency-Based Approach. April 5th, 2013
  • Tennessee Public Health Association (Poster Presentation) Billy Brooks, David Blackley, Paula Masters, Dr. Robert Pack, Dr. Stephen May. Developing an Academic Health Department in Northeast Tennessee. Sept. 12th, 2012.

Research Focus

Public Health Workforce Competency


Personal Interests

Reading, Board Games, and spending time with family and friends