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Jacqueline Sabrena Barnett

Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health
Family Medicine and Community Health, Physician Assistant Program
Office hours By appointment  

Selected Publications


Design and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Preceptor Development Mini-Fellowship Program.

Journal Article The Journal of continuing education in the health professions · July 2023 IntroductionHealth professions preceptors require skills and knowledge to effectively meet the educational needs of interprofessional students in clinical environments. We implemented a mini-fellowship program to enhance the knowledge, skills, and ... Full text Cite

Is One Lecture Enough? Self-Perception of Bias and Cultural Training in Medical Education.

Journal Article J Physician Assist Educ · September 1, 2022 INTRODUCTION: A recognition of the importance of the sociocultural determinants of health and well-being has increased within medical education; yet, there is variability in exposure and evidence of effect. The goal of this project was to assess contact wi ... Full text Link to item Cite

Addressing the opioid crisis: a dynamic case-based module set for interprofessional educators, learners, and clinicians

Internet Publication · March 24, 2022 Introduction: In 2017, the opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency in the United States. The CDC has called for a multifaceted, collaborative approach to address the opioid epidemic. Though many resources have been made available for provider ... Full text Link to item Cite

Addressing the Opioid Crisis: A Dynamic Case-Based Module Set for Interprofessional Educators, Learners, and Clinicians.

Journal Article MedEdPORTAL · 2022 INTRODUCTION: In 2017, the opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency in the United States. The CDC has called for a multifaceted, collaborative approach to address the opioid epidemic. Though many resources have been made available for provider ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

C4Tech: Virtual connections between the classrooms, clinicians, and community clinics to bridge the gap between research and practice.

Journal Article Med Teach · December 2021 AIM: E-learning technologies are becoming vital components of medical and health professions education, as highlighted during the current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) considers education technologies essen ... Full text Link to item Cite

Partnerships to Care for Our Patients and Communities During COVID-19.

Journal Article J Am Board Fam Med · 2021 The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic forced not only rapid changes in how clinical care and educational programs are delivered but also challenged academic medical centers (AMCs) like never before. The pandemic made clear the need to have coord ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

Black Female PA

Chapter · 2018 This new edition focuses on bias in health care and provides a variety of case examples related to the timely topics of unconscious bias and microaggressions encountered by patients, students, attending and resident physicians, nurses, staff, and advanced ... Full text Link to item Cite

Race, ethnicity, and the physician assistant profession.

Journal Article JAAPA · October 2015 The physician assistant (PA) profession has long had a focus on providing primary healthcare to all. In order to best serve an increasingly diverse population, we examine the racial and ethnic diversity trends experienced in PA education and the PA profess ... Full text Link to item Cite

Information and communication technology to facilitate learning for students in the health professions: Current uses, gaps, and future directions

Journal Article Journal of Asynchronous Learning Network · January 1, 2014 Changes in the U.S. Healthcare System along with the need for institutions of higher education to prepare a work force ready to address the challenges of today and tomorrow have highlighted the need to incorporate technology in its broadest sense as part o ... Full text Cite

Educational Mixology: A Pedagogical Approach to Promoting Adoption of Technology to Support New Learning Models in Health Science Disciplines

Journal Article Journal of Asynchronous Learning Network · January 1, 2014 For disciplines heavily reliant upon traditional classroom teaching, such as medicine and health sciences, incorporating new learning models may pose challenges for students and faculty. In an effort to innovate curricula, better align courses to required ... Full text Cite