Academic Coordinator, Duke Physician Assistant Program
Lorraine Anglin joined the faculty of the Department of Community and Family Medicine in July of 2016. In her role as an academic coordinator, she participates in the planning, development, and evaluation of the preclinical year curriculum. She lectures and coordinates laboratory sessions within the Diagnostic Methods course and actively participates in other educational sessions throughout the first and second years of the program. Prior to joining the faculty, Ms. Anglin practiced clinically in family medicine where she enjoyed providing whole-person care to people of all ages. She continues to practice clinically, providing primary care services to residents of TROSA, a residential substance abuse treatment program in Durham. Ms. Anglin completed the Clinical Education and Faculty Development fellowship in 2013-2014 and is invested in the education of future physician assistants. Her areas of clinical and educational interest include active learning, cultural-competence, shared decision making, and chronic disease prevention and management. Her research interests include the primary care PA workforce and factors that influence specialty choice.
Education and Training
- Duke University School of Medicine, M.H.S. 2008