Christine Brown Mahoney, Professor of Management

Address: Morris Hall 127
Phone: (507) 389-1338
Email: christine.mahoney@mnsu.edu

TEACHING

  • Leadership (MGMT 484)

  • Leadership (MBA 665)

  • Strategic Human Resource Management

  • Organizational Development and Change (MBA 667)

  • Healthcare Management (MBA )

PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE

  • Ph.D. (Research Methods, Compensation and Labor Market Analysis), University of Minnesota

  • Master of Science (Quantitative Dairy Genetics), University of Minnesota

  • Bachelor of Science, University of Minnesota  

RESEARCH

  • Mahoney, C. B., Lea, J., Schumann, P. L., & Jillson, I. A. (in press, 2019). Turnover, Burnout, and Job Satisfaction of Certified Registered Nurse
  • Anesthetists in the United States: The Role of Job Characteristics and Personality. American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Journal
  • Mahoney, C. B., Schumann, P. L., & Fox, M. L. (2018). Differences in Turnover Intentions of Nurse Practitioners by Practice Area in the United States. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 18 (5), 73-84. Available online: https://articlegateway.com/index.php/JOP/article/download/275/241
  • Shikora SA, & Mahoney CB. (2015). Clinical benefit to gastric staple line reinforcement in gastrointestinal surgery: a meta-analysis. Obesity Surgery 25: 1133-1141.
  • Bruckner TA, Hodgson A, Mahoney CB, Fulton B, Levine P, & Scheffler RM. (2012) “Health Care Supply and Unwarranted County-Level Variation in ADHD Prescription Medications.” Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 21(4), 442-449.
  • Meeusen VCH, Van Dam K, Brown-Mahoney C, Van Zundert AAJ, & Knape JTA. (2011) ”Understanding nurse anaesthetists’ intention to leave their job, how burnout and job satisfaction mediate the impact of personality and workplace characteristics.” Health Care Management Review, 36(1), 155-163.
  • Mahoney CB, Nuttbrock A, & Pittman M. “Human resources and health care delivery in the United States.” (2010) World Hospitals and Health Services, 46(3), 35-37. Special Feature, Human Resources in Health.

 

COMMITMENT TO STUDENT SUCCESS

  • Graduate Curriculum and Policy Committee
  • Curriculum Management Team; College of Business

  • Research Committee Chair, College of Business

  • Former Coordinator for Twin Cities MBA Program

  • Former Interim MBA Director 

SERVICE AND OUTREACH

  • Twin Cities Compensation Association
  • Academy of Management, Reviewer, Board Member and Discussant in several divisions: Health Care Management, Gender and Diversity in Management, Research Methods and Human Resource Management
  • Southern Academy of Management 
  • Irish Academy of Management
  • Western Decision Science

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Survey development and administration (job satisfaction, turnover, human capital)
  • Statistical analysis (complex modeling, structural equation modelling, etc.)
  • Healthcare management research and analysis
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