Perri Anne Morgan

Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health
800 South Duke Street, Box 104780, Durham, NC 27710
(919) 681-3161
perri.morgan@duke.edu

Dr. Morgan is a health services researcher focusing on PAs and NPs in the health workforce and on outcomes associated with their use in different roles and settings.  As Director of Research in the Duke PA Division, she led the development of the PA Research section, which is one of only a few such groups nationally.  As a practicing PA for 25 years, Dr. Morgan has extensive knowledge of the PA profession from the perspective of a clinician.  As one of a very few national experts on education, practice, and workforce issues related to the PA profession, Dr. Morgan is regularly invited to serve in national and state level policy advisory positions.  Her research, linked below, addresses methodological problems of data sources for use in research on PAs and NPs, the effect of PA use on health resource utilization, and use and roles of PAs and NPs in various settings.

Education and Training

  • Emory University, P.A.- C. 1987
  • University of Wisconsin at Madison, M.Ed. 2000
  • University of Wisconsin at Madison, Ph.D. 2007

Publications

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Jackson GL, Smith VA, Edelman D, Hendrix CC, Morgan PA. Intermediate Diabetes Outcomes in Patients Managed by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, or Physician Assistants.. Ann Intern Med. 2019 Jul 16;171(2).
Morgan PA, Smith VA, Berkowitz TSZ, Edelman D, Van Houtven CH, Woolson SL, et al. Impact Of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, And Physician Assistants On Utilization And Costs For Complex Patients.. Health Aff (Millwood). 2019 Jun;38(6):1028–36.
Everett CM, Morgan P, Smith VA, Woolson S, Edelman D, Hendrix CC, et al. Primary care provider type: Are there differences in patients' intermediate diabetes outcomes?. Jaapa. 2019 Jun;32(6):36–42.

Jackson GL, Smith VA, Edelman D, Woolson SL, Hendrix CC, Everett CM, Berkowitz TS, White BS, Morgan PA. Intermediate Diabetes Outcomes in Patients Managed by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, or Physician Assistants: A Cohort Study. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2018 Nov 20. PubMed Central PMCID: 30458506.

Everett CM, Morgan P, Smith VA, Woolson S, Edelman D, Hendrix CC, Berkowitz T, White B, Jackson GL. Interpersonal continuity of primary care of veterans with diabetes: a cohort study using electronic health record data. Bmc Family Practice. 2018 Jul 30;19(1):132-null. PubMed Central PMCID: 30060736.

Streilein A, Leach B, Everett C, Morgan P. Knowing Your Worth: Salary Expectations and Gender of Matriculating Physician Assistant Students. The journal of physician assistant education : the official journal of the Physician Assistant Education Association. 2018 Jan 19. PubMed PMID: 29356751.

Morgan P, Leach B, Himmerick K, Everett C. Job openings for PAs by specialty. Jaapa : Official Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 2018 Jan;31(1):45-47. PubMed Central PMCID: 29278566.

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 Dec 29;18(1):115-. PubMed PMID: 29284409.

Leach B, Gradison M, Morgan P, Everett C, Dill MJ, de Oliveira JS. Patient preference in primary care provider type. Healthcare (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 2017 Jun 8. PubMed PMID: 28602803.

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