Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics
4301 Jones Bridge Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-4799
Building A, Room 2008
Phone: (301) 295-3801
FAX: (301) 295-0752
CAPT, MSC, USN (ret)
Residency Director, MHAP
Professor Malone is one of the founding faculty members of the MHAP, serving as the first Academic Director of the program. He spent twenty-two years in the Department of Defense where he served in a number of leadership roles including Dean of Academics for Navy Medicine where he led an $8 million budget, a staff of 75, and 30,000 students across 218 universities and community colleges. He is currently an Executive in Residence at American University in Washington, DC where he teaches courses in public sector leadership, leadership ethics, organizational analysis, and public administration. He also directs the Key/NMI leadership program. He is a frequent guest lecturer in multiple venues and was most recently invited to speak at the Robert Wood Johnson Scholars Program at Yale University and at the 2011 Governor's Executive Development Program for the state of Oklahoma.
Public sector leadership, comparative leadership studies, leadership ethics, organizational culture and behavior.
Malone, Patrick S. "Ethics and the Public Leader." ( expected submission Sep 2011).
Westrum, Andrew, James A. Johnson, Charles D. Williams, and Patrick S. Malone. "Global Health Diplomacy - A Critical Success Factor Analysis." (expected submission July 2011).
"Interest Groups: Powerful Political Catalysts in Healthcare." In Policy and Politics in Nursing and Healthcare (5th ed.). Saunders-Harcourt. June 2006.
"Franklin on Franklin." Review in White House Studies (Vol. 3 No. 1). March 2003.
"The Power and Influence of Special Interest Groups in Healthcare." In Policy and Politics in Nursing and Healthcare (4th ed.). Saunders-Harcourt. July 2002.