Christine Everett, PhD, PA-C, MPH

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Assistant Professor, Duke University, Department of Community and Family Medicine, Physician Assistant Program

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Christine Everett, PhD, PA-C, MPH is an Assistant Professor in the Duke University Department of Community and Family Medicine - Physician Assistant Program, and holds a PhD in Population Health Sciences. Her research interests include quality and outcomes of health services, with a focus on the role of Physician Assistants (PAs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) in primary care and their impact on patient outcomes. Dr. Everett’s current research examines PA/NP roles on primary care panels of Medicare patients with diabetes.

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