I followed a non-traditional route to my degree in
Higher Education Administration achieved in
conjunction with full time employment in allied
health, higher education, and administration. I
have also held office in multiple professional
organizations at the local, state, national, and international level.
My teaching interests include higher education administration, radiation biology,
administration, quality assurance, health care delivery
systems, group processes, global health care systems, credentialing examinations,
I have a research interest in global health systems, opinion leadership, cultural
competency, graduate placement and graduate satisfaction data. Other interests include
a needs assessment and follow-up with credentialing exams and specifically predictors
of success on certification exams. I am primary investigator for 3 research projects
of the 4 projects I am involved with. The first is a qualitative analysis assessing
cultural competency with faculty led programs. Data collection began in May 2013 and
will be completed in January 2016. The purpose of the research is to examine changes
in students' attitudes and knowledge about other cultures and people before and after
taking part in an international faculty-led program through USD. The goal is to gather
qualitative data that demonstrate changes in a student's 'inter-cultural competency'
difference, ability to process information from
different perspectives, sensitivity and identification to ethnocentric behaviors and
beliefs, etc.) in order to make claims about how effective these types of international
experiences are for student learning and development.
The second study is The Cause and Effects of Students Who Study Abroad in the Health
Care. The study is at:1) what variables explain a students' propensity and/or interest
in taking part in an international program offered as part of their studies at USD,
and 2) how does taking part in an international program at USD affect a student's
understanding of the health care field. In seeking answers to these two questions,
the study intends to identify the behavioral and
attitudinal changes among students who take
part in international programs versus those who
don't, as well as to identify behaviors and
attitudes that predict participation in such
activities. Both of these research projects are
complimentary of not only the mission and values of the Beacom School of Business,
but also support USD's strategic plan.
The third is a two fold study of opinion leadership in Ghana, Africa in with the support
of Sanford World Clinics in Ghana. Data collection was complete in June 2014. Analysis
and manuscript submission was completed in March 2015. One international presentation
(June 2015) and one presentation at Cal State (Oct 2015) and 2 peer reviewed journal
publications were the result of this research.
The fourth research project is an interdisciplinary study collaboration regarding
theory and practice of Evidence Based Medicine. This project with compliment USD strategic
plan of interdisciplinary research and scholarship.
An IRB will be submitted for an additional study with myself as principle investigator
regarding LEAN management theory and practice in health administration.
I am currently working with a professor in accounting to create an accounting template
to be used in health service administration practice and education.
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for
display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions
of the faculty member or discipline.
- South-Winter, Carole A., Dag, Ali, and Ragothaman, Srinivasan. A Comparative Data Mining Approach to Construct a Risk Trade-off in Predicting the
Cardiac Patient Re-admissions. Vermillion: Industrial Management and Data Systems, 2018.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and . Integration of Human Behavior in Health Care Policy: Cases in Ghana and South Korea. Edited by Angela Young, 137-148. Los Angeles, California: Journal of International & Interdisciplinary Business Research, 2018. (DOI: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/cgi/preview.cgi?article=1064&context=jiibr)
- South-Winter, Carole A., George, Benjamin, and Dag, Ali. The Impact of Cultural Perception on the Individual Health Care Consumer: A Comparison
of Germany and United States, 252-258. Vol. 2018, Iss. 3. Nagpur, MH: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND MEDICAL RESEARCH , 2018.
- Hensley, Cole W., and South-Winter, Carole A.. Treating America: An Analysis of Pharmacological Economics. Iss. December. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research: European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 2017.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Cleveland, Kimberly. Health Care Cost, Access, and Quality Comparison of Germany and United States: A Tale
of Two University Cities, 3. Vol. October 2017. Sioux Falls, SD: MD South Dakota Magazine for Health Professionals, 2017.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Leise, Eric. "You don't know what you don't know": A Qualitative Analysis of Health Administration
Students' Outcomes after Faculty-Led Programs Abroad.. In The Journal of Health Administration Education, edited by Dean Smith. Vol. 34, Iss. 4. The Journal of Health Administration Education, 2017.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Porter, Jason. Accounting Basics Part 4: Using Net Present Value to Support Financial Recommendations. Edited by Debra Murphy, 5. Vol. 39, Iss. 2. Sudbury, MA: Radiology Management., 2017.
- Porter, Jason, and South-Winter, Carole A.. Accounting Basics Part 3: Understanding Time Value and Internal Rate of Return. Edited by Debra Murphy, 4. Vol. 39, Iss. 1. Sudbury, MA: Radiology Management., 2017.
- Porter, Jason, and South-Winter, Carole A.. Accounting Basics Part 2: Justifying Capital Spending. Edited by Debra Murphy, 4. Vol. 38, Iss. 6. Sudbury, MA: Radiology Management., 2016.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Porter, Jason. Accounting Basics Part 1: Application in Health Care. Edited by Debra Murphy, 4. Vol. 38, Iss. 5. Sudbury, MA: Radiology Management., 2016.
- South-Winter, Carole. Student Engagement through Research Abroad. Edited by Acta Velit, 9. Vol. 3, Iss. 1.. (DOI: http://www.actavelit.com/issue.php?v=3&i=1)
- South, Carole, and . Opinion Leadership in Ghana. Edited by Valentina Petkova, 14. Vol. 3, Iss. 10. Journal of International & Interdisciplinary Business Research, 2016.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Dai, Wenqian. Health Care in Ghana: A Study of Health Care Opinion Leadership. Edited by Dr. Nita Jane Carrington,EdD, RN, ANP, MSN, MBA, MPA Professor of Nursing College
of Nursing & Health Sciences Hawaii Pacific University Kaneohe, USA, 9. Vol. 3, Iss. 1. Singapore: Global Science and Technology Forum Journal of Nursing and Health Care , 2015.
- South-Winter, Carole A.. A Study of Healthcare Opinion Leadership in Ghana. Los Angeles, California: Journal of International & Interdisciplinary Business Research (JIIBR) Symposium 2015, 2015.
- South-Winter, Carole A.. A Study of Healthcare Opinion Leadership in Ghana. Los Angeles, California: Journal of International and Interdisciplinary Business Research, 2015.
- South-Winter, Carole, and Dai, Wenqian. A Study of Healthcare Opinion Leadership in Ghana. Edited by Cooper Okubor, 6. Vol. 4, Iss. 7. Global Advanced Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Science, 2015.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Dai, Wenqian. A Study of Healthcare Opinion Leadership in Ghana. Vol. 4. Singapore: 4th Annual Global Health Conference, 2015.
- South-Winter, Carole A.. Education and Career Progression of Imaging Administrators. Iss. Jan/Feb. Boston, MA: Radiology Management, 2014.
- South-Winter, Carole A.. Professional Development and Career Advancement. In Introduction to Radiologic Technology, edited by LaVerne T.Gurley & William J. Callaway, 11. Iss. 7. Maryland Heights, MO: Elsevier Mosby, 2010.
- South-Winter, Carole A., and Tiahrt, Thomas. Opening Clinics in the Developing World: Lessons from Ghana. Edited by Institute for Global Business Research?. Moncton, NB: Global Journal of Business Disciplines (GJBD).