AMANDA JANE MOLONEY-JOHNS portrait
  • Associate Professor (Lecturer), Family And Preventive Medicine
801-585-3770

Research Statement

Amanda Moloney-Johns' research interest focus on physician assistant education, specifically research that focuses on clinical education.   She has served as a grant reviewer for the Health Resources and Services Administration and has also contributed to objectives on a HRSA Primary Care Training grant.  She was also the Principal Investigator on the HRSA Expansion of Physician Assistant Training (EPAT) grant, which aimed to increase the number of PA graduates in primary care.   She is currently working on research projects specific to outcomes in physician assistant training, and patient satifsfaction with the care of physician assistants.   Additionally, she contributes to the Utah Children's Project in clinical research, performing histories and physical examinations on families enrolling in the study. 

 

Presentations

  • "Clinical PA Students in the US". Second International Seminar on Nepali HA and US PA Collaboration. Kathmandu, Nepal. , , 2016.
  • "Non-Pharmacologic Treatments for Cancer-Related Pain". Eurasian Forum on Cancer Control, Almaty, Kazakhstan. , , 2013.
  • "Non-Pharmacologic Treatments for Cancer-Related Pain". MONIKI Conference, Moscow Russia. , , 2013.
  • "Non-Pharmacologic Treatments for Cancer-Related Pain". Utah Academy of Physician Assistants Annual Mesquite CME Conference. Mesquite, NV. , , 2014.
  • Clinical Coordinators Workshop, PA Preceptor Handbook Overview. Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum. Baltimore, MD. , , 2010.
  • "Interprofessional Education 101." University of Utah Academy of Health Science Educator Symposium. Salt Lake City, UT. , , 2015.
  • "Sharing the Experience: An Orientation to Becoming a Preceptor--Workshop". American Academy of Physician Assistants National Conference. Boston, MA. , , 2014.
  • “Getting Beyond the Gatekeeper". Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum, Seattle, WA. , , 2012.
  • “Collaboration vs. Competition: An Interprofessional Clinical Integration Project Involving Second-Year Physician Assistant Students and First-Year Medical Students.” Society for Teachers in Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Seattle, WA. , , 2012.
  • “Collaboration vs. Competition: An Interprofessional Clinical Integration Project Involving Second-Year Physician Assistant Students and First-Year Medical Students.” Society for Teachers in Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education, Long Beach, CA. , , 2012.
  • “Collaboration vs. Competition: An Interprofessional Clinical Integration Project Involving Second-Year Physician Assistant Students and First-Year Medical Students” Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum, New Orleans, LA. , , 2011.
  • “First National Survey of Physician Assistants and Preceptor Experiences”. American Academy of Physician Assistants Annual Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Poster, , 2012.
  • “First National Survey of Physician Assistants and Preceptor Experiences”. Association of American Medical Colleges Conference. San Francisco, CA. Poster, , 2012.
  • “Collaboration vs. Competition: An Interprofessional Clinical Integration Pilot Project Involving First Year Medical Students and Second Year Physician Assistant Students”. University of Utah Faculty Education Retreat. Salt Lake City, UT. Poster, , 2011.
  • “To Teach or Not to Teach: 2011 National Survey of Physician Assistants and Preceptor Experiences”. Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum. Poster, , 2011.
  • “A Geography Lesson”. American Academy of Physician Assistants Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV. Poster, , 2011.

Languages

  • English, Fluent.