Julie Robbins, PhD

Associate Clinical Professor
The Ohio State University

Julie Robbins is a healthcare practitioner turned academic who is passionate about developing the next generation of healthcare leaders. As a faculty member at Ohio State, she was director of the Master of Health Administration program for eight years. She teaches leadership, management and strategy. Dr. Robbins’ scholarship is practice oriented, focused largely on ways in which healthcare management educators and practitioners alike can best work to develop healthcare leaders. Beyond Ohio State, Dr. Robbins has or currently serves in leadership roles for several national organizations, including the Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, the National Council on Administrative Fellowships and the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. Prior to her academic career, Dr. Robbins had more than 15 years of healthcare management experience, where she held leadership roles and was responsible for strategy development in a variety of public and private sector healthcare organizations in Columbus, Ohio, and New York City.


Monday, March 20
3:15–4:15 p.m.
22H - From Practitioner to Professor: The Healthcare Executive’s Role as an Educator