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Leslie King, PhD

 

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Dr. King has more than 25 years experience in the healthcare field, which includes professional experience in both the clinical healthcare and healthcare education environments. Dr. King is a published scholar in the areas of clinical toxicology and healthcare education, as well as being a season and engaging public speaker and presenter. Dr. King possess’s a wide range of administrative, managerial, and technical experience in a variety of clinical, laboratory, and healthcare environments. Dr. King is also a registered and licensed member of the American Society of Clinical Pathologist (ASCP).

Dr. King’s healthcare education background and experience includes secondary education, Community College administration and instruction, faculty evaluation and development, instructional technologies, classroom and online instruction, graduate and undergraduate instruction, along with an extensive background in course development and design. Dr. King is a certified distance learning peer reviewer for Quality Matters (QM).

Dr. King is currently the Program Chair for the Master of Healthcare Administration in Franklin Universities College of Health and Public Administration. He serves on the Higher Education Network Committee for the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), where he is an active member.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy - Health Care Administration
04/30/2004
Capella University
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Master of Science - Health Care Administration
05/07/2001
Capella University
Minneapolis, Minnesota

B.S. in Medical Technology - Clinical Laboratory
12/18/1992
University of Texas
Austin, Texas

Publications and Presentations

Artificial Intelligence and eLearning: 4.0: A new paradigm for higher education. (Published: 2015-03-01)
As part of Emerging Web 3.0/Semantic Web Applications in Higher Education: Growing Personalization and Wider Interconnections in Learning
Publisher: Information Age Publishing(Charlotte, NC)
Author(s): L. King, W. Wu
Editor(s): C. Wankel, & A. Stachowicz-Stanusch
http://www.infoagepub.com/products/Emerging-Web-3-0-Semantic-Web-Applications-in-Higher-Education

Public Health and Crime: Integrating Education- Industry Partnerships within a Framework of Epidemiological Criminology.  (Published: 2014-07-01)
Volume 3 | Issue 1
As part of No
Publisher: The Exchange
Author(s): K. Miner-Romanoff

A Model for Reading Digital Facial Tones and Body Language in the Online Classroom (Published: 2012-01-01)
Publisher: Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference Proceedings
Author(s): L. King

Using an Online Quality Tool Box to Promote Institutional Quality (Published: 2009-06-01)
Publisher: The Online Journal of Distance Learning Administrators
Author(s): L. King

A Clinical Laboratories Response to a Bio-Terror Assault using Bacillus Anthracis (Anthrax) (Published: 2009-01-01)
Publisher: VDM Publishing Company(Saarbrucken, Germany)
Author(s): L. King

Clinical Laboratories: The Practical Application of a Theoretical Model for the Early Detection and Initial Response to a Covert Large-Scale Bio-Terrorist Assault with Anthrax Spores (Published: 2004-01-01)
Publisher: ProQuest Company(Ann Arbor, MI)
Author(s): L. King

The Human Mind and The World Wide Web: A Comparative Study of Two Infinite Domains (Published: 2001-01-01)
Publisher: Capella University(Minneapolis, MN)
Author(s): L. King

The Changing Landscape of Higher Education: Artificial Intelligence Supported Teaching and Learning.  (Published: 2000-01-01)
Publisher: The European Scientific Journal
Author(s): L. King, W. Wu

Solid-Phase Extraction and On-Disc Derivatization of the Major Benzodiazepines in Urine using Enzyme Hydrolysis and Toxi-Lab VC MP3 Columns (Published: 1996-07-01) | Page(s) 262-265
Publisher: Journal of Analytical Toxicology
Author(s): L. King, K. J

Propoxyphene and Norpropoxyphene Quantitation in the Same Solid-Phase Extraction Using Toxi-Lab’s Spec VC MP3 System (Published: 1994-07-01) | Page(s) 217-219
Publisher: Journal of Analytical Toxicology
Author(s): L. King, K. J

From Web 3.0 to eLearning 4.0: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Education (2013-11-06)
Educational Webinar Series Sponsored by: Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)

From Web 3.0 to eLearning 4.0: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Education. (2013-11-06)
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Educational Webinar Series (Online)
Sponsored by: Association of University Programs in Health Administration
Meeting Type: Seminar

Web 3.0 to eLearning 4.0: Artificial Intelligence in Distance Education (2013-06-13)
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference(Jeckyl Island GA)
Sponsored by: West Georgia Univeristy
Meeting Type: Conference

Crime and Public Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Education. (2013-06-03)
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Franklin University 2013 Teaching & Learning Conference(Columbus, Ohio)
Sponsored by: Franklin University
Meeting Type: Conference

Web 3.0 to eLearning 4.0: Artificial Intelligence in Distance Education (2013-01-01)
2013 Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference Meeting Type: Conference

Crime and Public Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Education (2013-01-01)
Franklin University 2013 Teaching & Learning Conference Meeting Type: Conference
10. King, L.J. & Miner-Romanoff, K. (2013). Crime and Public Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Education. Franklin University 2013 Teaching & Learning Conference

Curriculum Design and Assessment (2013-01-01)
Presentation Type: Paper
34th Annual Teaching Public Administration Conference(Williamsburg, VA)
Sponsored by: American Society of Public Administrators
Meeting Type: Conference

A Model for Reading Digital Facial Tones and Body Language in the Online Classroom (2012-01-01)
2012 Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference Meeting Type: Conference

Meeting the Needs of Professionals who Administer Government For the People: Using Practitioner Feedback to Develop Relevant Professional Curriculum (2011-05-16)
34th Teaching Public Administration Conference(Williamsburg, VA)
Meeting Type: Conference

Meeting the Needs of Professionals who Administer Government For the People: Using Practitioner Feedback to Develop Relevant Professional Curriculum (2011-05-16)
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
34th Annual Teaching Public Administration Conference(Williamsburg, VA)
Sponsored by: American Society of Public Administration Section on Public Administration Education
Meeting Type: Conference

Increasing Student Success and Retention with Mobile Learning (2010-02-01)
The Ohio Technology Conference 2010 Meeting Type: Conference

Using Lecture Capture Technology in Nursing to Increase Student Retention (2009-09-01)
The Teaching and Learning Innovation Center Columbus State

Using an Online Quality Tool Box to Promote Institutional Quality (2009-06-01)
The Distance Learning Administrators Conference 2009 Meeting Type: Conference

Promoting Institutional Quality Using an Online Interactive Tool Box (2009-03-01)
Annual Conference(Chicago, IL)
Sponsored by: Higher Learning Commission

Maintaining a Quality Framework in Distance Learning (2008-01-01)
Distance Learning Lead Faculty Sponsored by: Columbus State Community College

Achieving the Goal (1999-01-01)
New Student Orientations Sponsored by: Texas School of Business

Professional Memberships

American College of Clinical Pathologist 1993-01-01 - Present

American College of Healthcare Executives  (ACHE)
2010-10-10 - Present
Scope of Organization: National
Our Mission To advance our members and healthcare management excellence. Our Vision To be the premier professional society for healthcare executives dedicated to improving healthcare delivery. Our Values As members of the American College of Healthcare Executives, we are committed to: Integrity We advocate and demonstrate high ethical conduct in all we do. Lifelong Learning We recognize lifelong learning is essential to our ability to innovate and continually improve ourselves, our organizations and our profession. Leadership We lead through example and mentoring, and recognize caring must be a cornerstone of our professional interactions. Diversity We advocate inclusion and embrace the differences of those with whom we work and the communities we serve.

Quality Matters 2007-01-01 - Present