George R. Parkerson

Professor Emeritus of Family Medicine and Community Health
348 Hanes House, Durham, NC 27710
(919) 681-3043
george.parkerson@duke.edu

My principal research interest is measurement of health as self-reported by individuals. This includes health-related quality of life, determinants of health, and health-related outcomes. At the present time I am conducting a study to validate the new Duke Population Health Profile (Duke-PH), a 15-item patient self-report survey that measures individual quality of life, social determinants of health, and outcomes. In the past, I helped develop the Duke-UNC Health Profile (1981), the Duke Health Profile (1990), the Duke Severity of Illness Checklist (1989), the Duke Social Support and Stress Scale (1989), the Duke Anxiety-Depression Scale (1997), and the Duke Case-Mix System (1997).

Education and Training

  • Duke University, M.D. 1953
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.P.H. 1977

Publications

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Parkerson GR, Bobula JA, Sullivan RJ, Munning KA. Communications: a compact course in family medicine for preclinical medical students. Journal of Medical Education. 1980 Oct;55(10):872-874. PubMed Central PMCID: 7420396.

Jr GRP. An improved encounter card for documentation of clinical experience. Journal of Family Practice. 1980;11(4):645-646. PubMed PMID: 6968340.

Jr GRP, Baker C. Clinical experience of medical students in North Carolina family medicine preceptorships. Journal of Medical Education. 1980;55(1):42-47. PubMed PMID: 7351659.

Parkerson GR, Baker C. Clinical experience of medical students in north carolina family medicine preceptorships. Academic Medicine. 1980 Jan 1;55(1):42-47.

Parkerson GR, Bobula JA, Sullivan RJ, Munning KA. Communications: A compact course in family medicine for preclinical medical students. Academic Medicine. 1980 Jan 1;55(10):872-874.

Jr GRP. Keeping medical costs to a minimum. Southern Medical Journal. 1980;73(4):403-404. PubMed PMID: 6768134.

Parkerson GR, Bencze RF, Griffin EW, Baker C. Clinical experience of medical students with primary care career goals. Journal of Family Practice. 1979;9(4):639-644. PubMed PMID: 479791.

Jr GRP. Composite role models. Journal of Family Practice. 1979;8(5):1073--. PubMed PMID: 438747.

HULKA BS, ROMM FJ, PARKERSON GR, RUSSELL IT, CLAPP NE, JOHNSON FS. PEER REVIEW IN AMBULATORY CARE - USE OF EXPLICIT CRITERIA AND IMPLICIT JUDGMENTS. MEDICAL CARE. 1979;17(3):1-73.

Hulka BS, Romm FJ, Jr GRP. Peer review in ambulatory care: Use of explicit criteria and implicit judgments. Medical Care. 1979;17(3 SUPPL.). PubMed PMID: 763009.

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