Jacqueline Sabrena Barnett, DHSc, MHS, PA-C
Dr. Jacqueline Barnett serves as the Program Director for the Duke PA Program. In this role she is responsible for the overall organization, administration, fiscal management, and continuous review and analysis of the program. Prior to joining the faculty at Duke, she served as faculty at the George Washington University School of Medicine PA Program, where she received the endowed Morton A. Bender Teaching Award. Her clinical practice experiences includes pediatrics, urgent care, family medicine, and infectious disease.
Her scholarly and research interests include improving learning experiences for students with disabilities, curriculum enhancement through integrating technology and blended learning formats, and promoting inclusive excellence, equity, and justice in education and healthcare. She is also interested in various aspects related to organizational leadership and culture and interprofessional education and team care. Dr. Barnett is a previous National Health Service Corps Scholar with a strong commitment to the medically underserved and efforts to improve healthcare access and outcomes in underserved populations.
Education and Training
- The George Washington University, P.A.- C. 1994
- The George Washington University, M.H.S. 2002
- A.T. Still University, D.H.Sc. 2013