Pangela Dawson, Ph.D., PA-C

Pangela Dawson, Ph.D., PA-C 

Founding Physician Assistant Program Director

Medical Education

Phone: (404) 756-1246
E-mail: pdawson@msm.edu

Education

GRADUATE:
University of Kentucky
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Education Policy Studies and Evaluation

University of Kentucky
Degree: Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies

UNDERGRADUATE:
Oberlin College
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Biology

Clinical Interests

Identifying early predictors of success for Physician Assistant Students

Community-based educational and health-promotion strategies designed to assist domestic violence survivors in the marginalized communities

Specialties

Internal Medicine and Endocrinology

Publications

Gates, M., Brown, E. L., & Dawson, P. (2011). Cross-cultural competence in medical education. In Elinor L. Brown and Pamela Gibbons (Vol. Eds.), Ethnicity and Race: Creating Educational Opportunities around the Globe a volume in the series international Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity, and Social Justice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc. (pp. 99-120).

Butina, M., Dawson, P., Remer, R., & Minieri, A., (2013). A Comprehensive Review of Predictors of Success for Physician Assistant Studies Students. Journal of Physician Assistant Education, 24(1).

Dawson, P., (2014, September) Beauty for Ashes: Utilizing Cosmetologists and Salons in Domestic Violence Advocacy and Education.  Presented at the International Conference & Summit on Violence, Abuse & Trauma. San Diego, CA.

Dawson, P., Dada, F., Miller, A., (2014, May) Best Practices: Screening Patients for Domestic Violence and HIV in Primary Care Settings. Presented at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Research Day. San Antonio, TX.

Quillin, B., Shriver, B., Bonson, J., Schambers, Y., Ellis, A., Dawson, P., Marie, L., (2014, May). Community Service Partnership as the Master’s Capstone.  Presented at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Research Day. San Antonio, TX.

Butina, M., Dawson, P., Remer, R., & Minieri, A., (2012, November). A Comprehensive Review of Predictors of Success for Physician Assistant Studies Students. Presented at the  Physician Assistant Educational Association Conference. Seattle, WA.

Honors and Awards

2012: Teachers Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky College of Education

2010: Bonnie Jean Cox Graduate Endowment in Gender and Women’s Studies Award; University of Kentucky Gender and Women’s Studies Department.

2009: Dermontti F. and Regina M. Dawson Graduate Fellowship in Education; University Kentucky College of Education