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#146: A Ph.D. Journey featuring Dr. Tracy Christopherson

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#146: A Ph.D. Journey featuring Dr. Tracy Christopherson

In this very special episode, Michelle Troseth interviews Dr. Tracy Christopherson about her PhD journey and some of the greatest lessons she learned along the way.
April 27, 2022

#146: A Ph.D. Journey featuring Dr. Tracy Christopherson

In this episode, we shine the spotlight on the PhD journey of MissingLogic co-founder and Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast co-host, Dr. Tracy Christopherson. In this very special episode, her best friend and business partner, Michelle Troseth, interviews her about some of her greatest lessons learned in her PhD journey.

Dr. Christopherson completed her PhD in Interprofessional Healthcare Studies at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science with her dissertation on, “Exploring the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Knowledge and Dual Identity of Interprofessional Shared Governance Members in Healthcare.”

In this podcast, we talk about her post-licensure education journey and some of the biggest challenges she faced in her PhD journey. We also talk about some of the most interesting findings from her PhD research.

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