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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE DESHANA A. COLLETT, PA-C FACULTY LECTURER DIVISION OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES 900 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET CTW BUILDING, ROM 205C LEXINGTON, KY 40536 EMAIL: DCOLLETTPAC@UKY.EDU PHONE: 859-218-0845 FAX: 859-257-2454 ______________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION PURSUING DOCTORAL DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND PRCEDURE IN HIGER EDUCATION Fall 2008 College of Education University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky MASTER OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES; Board certified in September 2003 University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky
  • 2. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY; 12/00 University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky EMPLOYMENT UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, College of Health Sciences; Physician Assistant Program 01/01/08 Faculty Lecturer Lexington, Kentucky LEXINGTON CLINIC 07/06/2004 to present Physician Assistant Lexington, Kentucky PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2001-08/2003 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDENT University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky Clinical site rotations: Family Practice Dr. Richard Palomar Lexington Clinic, Lexington, KY Women's Health Dr. Dotson Women's Care of the Bluegrass, Frankfort, KY Internal Medicine Dr. Hudson Palomar Lexington Clinic, Lexington, KY
  • 3. Pediatrics Dr. McGuffey Lexington Clinic East, Lexington, KY Surgery Dr. Kenady UKMC, Lexington, KY Emergency Room Dr. Dennison Clark Regional Hospital, Winchester, KY Psychiatry Dr. Tovar V.A. Medical Center, Lexington, KY Geriatrics Dr. Richard Palomar Lexington Clinic, Lexington, KY Acquired skills to function at the level of a primary care physician assistant. Skills attained include eliciting a detailed, accurate medical history, performing comprehensive physical examination, and skills to evaluate and initiate appropriate treatment. ASSOCIATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2008 – present PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT, LEXINGTON CLINIC; DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE, Lexington, Kentucky Currently working in a primary and urgent care setting. Skilled in evaluation and management acute and chronic diseases, covering areas of geriatrics, women’s health and pediatrics. Knowledge in suturing and primary care procedures: i.e. toenail extraction, cryotherapy 2005- 2008 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT, LEXINGTON CLINIC; DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE, Lexington, Kentucky Currently working in a primary and urgent care setting. Skilled in
  • 4. appropriate disease states and proper treatment. Knowledge in suturing and primary care procedures: i.e. toenail extraction, cryotherapy 2004-2005 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT, LEXINGTON CLINIC;DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL MEDCINE AND REHABILITATION, Lexington, Kentucky Assisted in daily medical rounds and consultations in rehabilitation at surrounding medical hospitals. Implement treatment and rehabilitation protocol for stroke and orthopedic patients. Medical knowledge in crtical care and acute care setting. 1997-2000 MEDICAL ASSISTANT, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY; (Part time) DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, Lexington, Kentucky Assist resident medical doctors with procedures, including but not limited to colposcopy, endometrial biopsy, endocervical curettage, Papanicolaou smear, pelvic examinations, and diagnostic ultrasonography. 1996-1997 MEDICAL ASSISTANT, PAIN MANAGEMENT CLINIC, (Part time) Lexington, Kentucky Experienced in verification of medical benefits, medical dictation, and transcription. Assisted in Medical Examinations, Joint Injections, and Diagnostic Procedures. 1996 MEDICAL INTERNSHIP, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, (Summer) YOUNG PARENT PROGRAM, Lexington, KY Assisted in gathering information toward research on Depo-Provera Injections and its association with weight gain.
  • 5. Researched medical information, obtained relevant medical journals and references. TEACHING ACTIVITIES University of Kentucky Clinical Methods (PAS650 and 656) Spring, Fall 2008- present Students: Physician Assistants-Master level (Required Course) Number of Students: 56 per class Credit hours: 3 per course Instructor Clinical Lecture Series (PAS654 and 658) Spring, Fall 2008- present Students: Physician Assistants-Master level (Required Course) Number of Students: 56 per class Credit hours: 3 per course Co Director, and Director Women’s Health Medicine Clerkship (PAS 662) Fall, Spring & Summer Sessions: 2008 – to present Students: Physician Assistants- Master level (Required Course) Number of students: 56 per class Credit Hour: 3 Director Family Medicine Clerkship (PAS 662) Fall, Spring & Summer Sessions: 2008 – to present
  • 6. Students: Physician Assistants- Master level (Required Course) Number of students: 56 per class Credit Hour: 6 Director Elective Medicine Clerkship (PAS 642) Fall, Spring & Summer Sessions: 2008 – to present Students: Physician Assistants- Master level (Required Course) Number of students: 56 per class Credit Hour: 3 Director ADVISING ACTIVITY Spring of 2008 • Physician Assistant Master level students (master paper) – 6 • Physician Assistant Master level students (advisees) – 6 College of Health Sciences Dean’s Advisory Board- member- Spring 2008 to present Ambassador Committee-Faculty member- Spring 2008 to present Division of Physician Assistant Studies • Assistant Director for Admissions- Spring 2008 to present • Faculty Search Committee- member- Spring 2008 to present • Didactic Committee- member-Spring 2008 to present • Exit Exam Committee- member- Fall 2008 to present
  • 7. • Student Faculty Advisor – 2008 Research Non sponsored, University of Kentucky African American Studies And Research Program Assessing Medical Curricula for Inclusion of Domestic Violence in African American Women, September 2008 HONORS AND AWARDS Kentucky Association for Physician Assistant’s University on Kentucky Liaison Medical Center Wide Scholarship Graduate School Commonwealth Incentive Enhancement Scholarship SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS • YMCA Black Achievers’ program, Medical Career Cluster, Discussion on the Physician Assistant Medical Profession, Lexington, KY September 12, 2009 • Association for Minority Health Professionals, Discuss the Physician Assistant Profession to over 400 minority students with a 3.5 undergraduate GPA or higher with biomedical field interest, Louisville, KY April 2 ,2009 • HCOP Presentation through AHEC, Physician Assistant Profession presents for high school students pursuing health careers. June 2008 • Interprofessional Panel for Introduction to Physical Therapy and Bioethics Course, Fall 2008 University of Kentucky • DeShana Collett “Efficacy of Misoprostol" Master's Project Oral Defense, University of Kentucky, August 2003 Workshops and Continuing Education University of Kentucky Teaching Portfolio Workshop, TASC 9/24/08 Geriatric Medicine for Primary Care Physicians, 6/20-22/2008 Kentucky Ambulatory Network (KAN) 8th Annual Convocation, 4/18-19/2008
  • 8. CERTIFICATIONAND LICENSES ACLS CPR PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION National AAPA State KAPA, board member, UK liasion REFERENCES Available upon request DC 09/15/09