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Theodore H. Kittell

Theodore H. Kittell

As a Distinguished Professor of Management and Law, Dr. Kittell taught graduate courses at Oxford Graduate School, Tennessee Wesleyan College and Bristol University.? He has five earned doctorates, three master?s degrees, and a bachelor degree. He is a consultant for the Tennessee Board of Health.? Admitted to the Bar in California and Minnesota, he is an expert witness in healthcare management and evaluates medical malpractice cases.? He is a licensed Tennessee Nursing Home Administrator.

Dr. Kittell also has certificates from Harvard Graduate School of Business, OPM and AACC Counselor. He was honored as a Scholar in the Oxford Society of Scholars; a Life Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives; Diplomate, Board of American Forensic Examiners; Fellow, Academy of Medical Administrators; Member, American College of Healthcare Administrators; Member, American Society of Healthcare Law, Medicine and Ethics; Member, Academy of Legal Studies in Business.? He has served on numerous health-related boards.? Throughout his business careers he has been active in Lions or Rotary service clubs.

Dr. Kittell is active in short-term funded overseas seminars in Continuing Legal Education, Healthcare Management, and Men?s Studies, and does mediation and arbitration work. He has done additional graduate study in Management at Harvard Graduate School of Business.? His experience includes 27 years as a hospital executive in the U.S. Air Force; Pulaski Memorial Hospital, Winamac, IN; Apple River Hospital, Amery, WI, and Coalinga District Hospital, Coalinga, CA.? He has 14 years experience as a lawyer and ten years experience as a consultant in healthcare management.? He has written and presented numerous papers in healthcare management, men?s studies, assisted suicide and the right to die.? He is a Diplomate in the Oxford Society of Scholars; a Life Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives; Diplomate, Board of American Forensic Examiners; Fellow, Academy of Medical Administrators; Member, American College of Healthcare Administrators; Member, American Society of Healthcare Law, Medicine and Ethics; Member, Academy of Legal Studies in Business.? He has served on numerous health-related boards. Throughout his business career he was active in Kiwanis or Rotary Clubs and was recognized as a Paul Harris Rotary Fellow. Dr. Kittell is affiliated with many professional associations.? He had a fascinating childhood growing up with the Navajos in New Mexico.?

Dr. Kittell?s work experience includes 27 years as a hospital executive, two decades of experience as a lawyer, and ten years experience as a consultant in healthcare, education and management.?? He has written numerous papers in healthcare management, men?s studies, assisted suicide and the right to die. Among his published books:?Philosophy and Philosophers, Faith-based Leadership and Management, and ?Effective Strategy Against Temper, Anger, and Wrath.






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The Evergreen Devotional: Complete New Testament
Dreaming In Verse
the lyrical art of Ted Kittell

Dreaming in Verse: the lyrical art of Ted Kittell includes poems about SPIRIT, GRATITUDE, PRAYER, NATURE, HOPE, MELANCHOLY, TRUTH, and FAITH IN GOD. Ted Kittell has written poetry since his college days, and spanning careers as hospital administrator, attorney, and consultant in healthcare, education, and management. His fascinating childhood growing up with the Navajos in New Mexico has influenced his poetry and added to his rich life experiences.



ISBN: 978-1-935434-17-7



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The Evergreen Devotional: Complete New Testament
Effective Strategy Against Temper, Anger, and Wrath
by Theodore H. Kittell

Conflict is normal and inevitable, but maturity is not assured even by a long life. How a person responds to the circumstances or environment in an appropriate manner is an indication of maturity. Disputes or expressions of temper, rage or wrath are counter-productive and cause problems with the achievement of life-goals, and may even cancel many of the hopes and dreams for the future. An eruption of anger is evidence that the person has not fully developed the ability to handle hurt in a mature manner. It doesn't mean the person is bad; they need assistance to deal with past hurts. This is where problem-solving skills enter the process to produce a calm and satisfying life.



ISBN: 978-1-935434-10-8



$14.95



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Faith-Based Leadership and Management: How Personal Viewpoints and Values Influence an Organization
Faith-based Leadership and Management
by Theodore H. Kittell

Business operates in a complex world of change; how does a business create stability in unstable times? The best way to remain stable is to stay true to basic beliefs and values. This requires a moral and ethical commitment by everyone involved; each employee has a part to play, from the custodian to the CEO. Saying the right words is the easy part; doing the work to make the words happen is the struggle. This is where faith-based values influence the decisions.



ISBN: 978-1-935434-07-8



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Philosophy and Philosophers: Great Thinkers and the Way They Think
Philosophy and Philosophers
by Theodore H. Kittell

This book is about understanding philosophers and their philosophic ideas. It is designed to help the reader understand what philosophy is all about. The text covers philosophers from the 7th Century B.C. to the 20th Century A.D. There is no one definition of philosophy; it is perhaps not so much a subject as it is an activity in which one would engage. Some authors define philosophy as conceptual analysis. One simple approach is to define it as thinking about thinking. Philosophers have developed their own jargon and what they say and write is not understood and may seem complex. It is designed to assist the reader in understanding the subject of philosophy and philosophers.



ISBN: 978-0-935434-03-0



$14.95



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