Paul F. Jacques

Paul F. Jacques, DHSc, MEd, PA-C

Paul F. Jacques, DHSc, MEd, PA-C
Associate Chair for Clinical Research, Associate Professor
Division of Physician Assistant Studies
151B Rutledge Avenue
, MSC 962
Charleston, SC 29425

Phone: (843) 792-2649
Fax: (843) 792-0506
E-mail:
jacquesp@musc.edu

Education

  • BS, Touro College (1977)
  • EdM, University of Buffalo (1996)
  • Phd, Nova University (2007)

Areas of Teaching

  • Clinical problem solving
  • Research Methods
  • Evidence-based medicine

Research Interests

Publications

  • Jacques, PF, Brogan, MS, Kalinowski, D. (1997) High-Voltage Electrical Treatment of Refractory Dermal Ulcers, Physician Assistant Journal.
  • Jacques PF, Graham D, Turner B, Titus O. New diagnostic tools for managing the febrile infant. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 2008;21:44-7.
  • Dobson J, Jacques PF, Bales M, Lee R. Managing the febrile infant: What is the standard of care? Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 2008;21:50-3.
  • Jacques PF, Otruba C. Pediatric emergency medicine and physician assistants. Journal of Physician Assistant Education 2007;18:27-32.
  • Hall C, Jacques PF Weighing in on the issues of type 2 diabetes in children: A review. Pediatric Physical Therapy 2007;19:211-6.
  • Jacques, PF. (2004). Cultural competency curriculum: Components for inclusion in physician assistant education. Perspective on Physician Assistant Education, 15(2). 102-105.
  • Jacques, PF. (2002). Wound dressing techniques. In R. Dehn & D. Asprey (Eds.), Clinical procedures for physician assistants (One ed., pp. 367-383). Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company.
  • Managing Nutrition in Dementia Care; A Supportive Approach for Caregivers, Alzheimer's Association - Western New York, 2001.
  • Jacques, PF. (2001) Wound Dressing Techniques, In Dehn, RW, Asprey, D (Eds.) Clinical Procedures for Physician Assistants, W.B. Saunders.
  • Jacques, PF, Brogan, MS, Kalinowski, D. (1997) High-Voltage Electrical Treatment of Refractory Dermal Ulcers, Physician Assistant Journal
 
 
 

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