Peer-Reviewed Publications


Jackson GL, Smith VA, Edelman D, Woolson SL, Hendrix CC, Everett CM, et al. Intermediate Diabetes Outcomes in Patients Managed by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, or Physician Assistants: A Cohort Study. Annals Intern Medicine. 2018 [Epub ahead of print ] 

Everett, CM, Morgan, P, Smith, VA, Woolson, S, Edelman, D, Hendrix, CC, Berkowitz, T, White, B, and Jackson, GL. Interpersonal continuity of primary care of veterans with diabetes: a cohort study using electronic health record data. BMC Family Practice. 2018, 19:32

Leach B, Gradison M, Morgan P, Everett CM, Dill M, Strand de Oliveira J.  Patient preference in primary care provider type.  Healthcare 2018,6(1):13-16.

Morgan P, Leach B, Himmerick K, Everett C.  Job Openings for Physician Assistants by Specialty, 2014.  Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 2018, 31(1):45-47.

Streilein A, Leach B, Everett C, Morgan P. Knowing Your Worth: Salary Expectations and Gender of Matriculating Physician Assistant Students. J Physician Assist Educ. 2018 Jan 19.


Morgan P, Everett CM, Smith VA, Woolson S, Edelman D, Hendrix CC, Berkowitz TSZ, White B, Jackson GL. Factors Associated With Having a Physician, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician Assistant as Primary Care Provider for Veterans With Diabetes Mellitus. Inquiry 2017, 54:1-16.

Leach B, Morgan P, Strand de Oliveira J, Hull S, Østbye T, Everett C. Primary Care Multidisciplinary Teams in Practice: A Qualitative Study. BMC Family Practice 2017, 18(115): 1-10.

Streilein AF, Leach B, Everett CM, Morgan P.  Knowing your worth: Salary expectations and gender among matriculating physician assistant students.  Journal of Physician Assistant Education 2017 (in press).

Everett CM, Quella A.  Diffusion of PA innovation: Risk-taking vs. safe bet.  JAAPA 2017, 30(6): 43-45.

Dehn RW, Everett CM, Hooker RS.  Research on the PA profession: The medical model shifts.  JAAPA 2017, 30(5): 33-42.

Morgan P, Himmerick K, Leach B, Dieter P, Everett CM. Scarcity of Primary Care Positions may Divert Physician Assistants into Specialty Practice.  Medical Care Research and Review 2017, 74(1): 109-122.


Everett CM, Morgan P, Jackson G.  Patient characteristics associated with primary care PA and APRN roles.  JAAPA 2016, 29(12): 1-6.

Everett CM, Morgan P, Jackson G.  Physician assistants and advance practice nurse roles: patient healthcare utilization, unmet need, and satisfaction.  Healthcare 2016.  Published online July 20, 2016.

Morgan P, Everett CM, Humeniuk, KM, Valentin, V.  Specialty choice among US physician assistants: Distribution, salaries, and comparison to physicians.  JAAPA 2016, 29(4): 38-43.


Hooker RS, Kuilman L, Everett CM. Physician Assistant Job Satisfaction: A Narrative Review of Empirical Research. The Journal of Physician Assistant Education 26, no. 4 (2015): 176-186.

Morgan P, Humeniuk K, Everett CM. Facilitating Research in Physician Assistant Programs: Creating a Student-Level Longitudinal Database. The Journal of Physician Assistant Education 26, no. 3 (2015): 130-135.

Morgan P. Handcuffs. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 2015; 28(5): 12-13.

Freund T, Everett CM, Griffiths P, Hudon C, Naccarella L, Laurant M. Skill mix, roles and remuneration in the primary care workforce: Who are the healthcare professionals in the primary care teams across the world? Int J Nurs Stud. 2015; 52(3): 727-43.


Morgan P, Everett CM, Hing E. Time spent with patients by physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in community health centers, 2006-2010. Healthcare. 2014; 2(4): 232-237. 

Morgan P, Everett CM, Hing E. Nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians in community health centers, 2006-2010. Healthcare. 2014. 

Everett CM, Thorpe C, Carayon P, Palta M, Gilchrist V, Smith MA. The roles of primary care PAs and NPs caring for older adults with Diabetes. JAAPA 2014. 27(4): 45-49


Everett CM, Thorpe C, Carayon P, Palta M, Gilchrist V, Smith MA. Division of primary care services between physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners for older patients with diabetes. Medical Care Research and Review. 2013; 70(5): 531-541

Everett CM, Thorpe C, Carayon P, Palta M, Bartels C, Smith MA. Physician assistant and nurse practitioners perform effective roles on teams caring for Medicare patients with diabetes. Health Affairs.  2013; 32(11): 1942-1948


Morgan P, Abbott DH, McNeill RB, Fisher DA. Characteristics of Primary Care Office Visits to  Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Physicians in United States Veterans Health Administration Facilities, 2006-2010: a retrospective cross-sectional analysis. Human Resources for Health. 2012; 10(42).


Morgan PA, Strand J, Short N.  Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners: a missing component in state workforce assessments. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2011; 25(4): 252-25

Alexander SC, Pollak KI, Morgan PA, Strand J, Abernethy AP, Jeffreys AS, Arnold RM, Olsen M, Rodriguez KL, Garrigues SK, Manusov JRE, Tulsky JA. How do non-physician clinicians respond to advance cancer patients’ negative expressions of emotions? Supportive Care in Cancer. 2011;19:155-9


Morgan PA, Hooker RS. Choice of Specialties among Physician Assistants in the United States.  Health Affairs. 2010; 29(5), 887-892.

Morgan PA, Strand-de Oliveira J, Alexander SC, Pollak KI, Jeffreys AS, Olsen MK, Arnold RM, Abernethy AP, Rodriguez KL, Tulsky JA. Comparing oncologist, nurse, and physician assistant attitudes toward discussions of negative emotions with patients. The Journal of Physician Assistant Education. 2010; 21(3): 13-17.


Morgan PA, Shah ND, Kaufman JS, and Albanese MA. Impact of physician assistant care on office visit resource use in the United States. Health Services Research. 2008; 43(5 Pt 2):1906-22.


Morgan P, Strand J, Ostbye T, Albanese M. Missing in action: care by physician assistants and nurse practitioners in national health surveys. Health Services Research. 2007; 42(5):  2022-2037.