Using theatre to stage instructional and organizational transformation.
Kaplan, M., Cook C. E., & Steiger, J. (2006, May/June). Using theatre to stage instructional and organizational transformation. Change Magazine, 38:3, 32-39.


Consequences of Physician Disruptive Behavior.
Samenow, C.P., Spickard Jr, A., Swiggart, W., Regan, J. and Barrett, D., 2007. Consequences of Physician Disruptive Behavior. Tenn. Med, pp.38-40.


Raising issues about the (organizational) climate with science faculty.

LaVaque-Manty, D., Steiger, J., & Stewart, A. J. (2007). Interactive theater: Raising issues about the climate with science faculty. In A. Stewart, J. Malley, & D. Lavaque-Manty (Eds.), ADVANCE women in science and engineering: Lessons for institutional transformation (pp. 204-223). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.


CME course aimed at addressing disruptive physician behavior.

Samenow CP, Swiggart W, Spickard A. A CME course aimed at addressing disruptive physician behavior. Physician Exec. 2008;Jan.-Feb.: 32–40.


Interactive theatre as a multicultural change agent in faculty development.

Kardia, D., Miller, A. T., & Steiger, J. (2003). Interactive theatre as a multicultural change agent in faculty development. In M. L. Ouellett (Ed.), Teaching inclusively: Resources for course, department & institutional change in higher education (pp. 492 - 502). Oklahoma: New Press, Inc.

Role Play and Beyond: Strategies for Incorporating Theatre into Faculty Development.

Kaplan, M. & Steiger, J. (2011 ). Role Play and Beyond: Strategies for Incorporating Theatre into Faculty Development. In M. Kaplan & C.E. Cook (Eds.) CRLT Book. Sterling, VA: Stylus.


Use of Interactive Theater for Faculty Development in Multicultural Medical Education.
Kumagai, A. K., White, C. B., Ross, P. T., Purkiss, J. A., O'Neal, C. M., & Steiger, J. A. (2007). Use of Interactive Theater for Faculty Development in Multicultural Medical Education. Medical Teacher, 29:4, 335-340.


Interactive theater: Raising issues about the climate with science faculty.
LaVaque-Manty, D., Steiger, J., & Stewart, A. J. (2007). Interactive theater: Raising issues about the climate with science faculty. In A. Stewart, J. Malley, & D. Lavaque-Manty (Eds.), ADVANCE women in science and engineering: Lessons for institutional transformation (pp. 204-223). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.


Increasing patient acceptance of medical student participation: Using interactive theatre for faculty development.Tang, T. S., Skye, E. P., & Steiger, J. (2009) Increasing patient acceptance of medical student participation: Using interactive theatre for faculty development. Publication Date: 01 July 2009, Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2009 July 21(3):195.





















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