Steven Stumpf

Professor, PhD

Professor Stumpf began teaching in Health Administration at CSUN in 2012. He teaches Health Information Systems Technology in which he has an extensive background. Stumpf was on faculty for ten years at University of Southern California  School of Medicine where he was the Program Educator and Evaluator in the Department of Family Medicine, training Family Medicine residents and Physician Assistants. He wore several hats including curriculum oversight and design, and grant funding. He switched to an administrative role for his final eight years at USC. He was co-Director of the campus telemedicine program (ABBC). He has extensive experience working with community organizations throughout the underserved communities of Los Angeles. He has more than 35 publications, most recently including acupuncture workforce and acupuncture research. Stumpf has a Doctorate in Education in Program Evaluation and Social Research Methods from the University of California at Los Angeles


California State University at Northridge

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