The Influence of Entrepreneurial Education on Post Graduate Students of Healthcare Management

Sadaf Anwar

Department of Healthcare Management, Ziauddin University, Karachi, Pakistan.

Farah Azhar *

Department of Healthcare Management, Ziauddin University, Karachi, Pakistan.

Babris Gul

Department of Healthcare Management, Ziauddin University, Karachi, Pakistan.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The goal of Entrepreneurship education (EE) is to provide students the information, abilities, and drive they need to support entrepreneurial success in a variety of contexts. All levels of education, from elementary or secondary schools to graduate university programmes, provide various forms of entrepreneurial education. For healthcare professionals to gain resources, enhance their potential for creativity and inventive personalities, and provide multi-level learning channels for entrepreneurs by fusing various knowledge and value systems, entrepreneurship education is essential.

The aim of this review article is to evaluate the influence of entrepreneurial education on post-grad students, this study also seeks to clarify how well postgraduate students' expectations and incentives are met by entrepreneurship education.

A literature search was done using key words related to entrepreneurship education, its influence on post graduate students of healthcare management conducted by various case reports, cohort and observational studies through authentic search engines like; PubMed, Google Scholar, Research gate, RCT and meta-analysis.

Entrepreneurship education has a positive impact on individuals' entrepreneurial self-efficacy, attitude, and mentality. Moreover, entrepreneurial attitude is crucial in modulating the effects of self-efficacy and entrepreneurship education on students' entrepreneurial mindsets. People who get entrepreneurial education and training have the self-confidence, knowledge, and abilities to seize business opportunities.

Entrepreneurial education teaches students how to recognize opportunities, commercialize, ideas, manage resources, and start their own businesses. The students frequently adopt new abilities and begin to think strategically after taking the EE course.

Keywords: Entrepreneurship education, healthcare management, education


How to Cite

Anwar, S., Azhar, F., & Gul, B. (2022). The Influence of Entrepreneurial Education on Post Graduate Students of Healthcare Management. Advances in Research, 23(6), 1–4. https://doi.org/10.9734/air/2022/v23i6913

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