Tracy L. Cleveland



Department

Physician Assistant Studies
Role: Faculty
Campus: Springfield

Postal mail

Missouri State University
Physician Assistant Studies
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897

Details

Education

  • EdD, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Missouri (in progress) 
  • MS, Physician Assistant Studies, 2002, Missouri State University 
  • BS, Biology and Psychology, 2000, Northern State University 

Teaching

  • Clinical Assessment I and II 
  • Clinical Procedures and Laboratory Medicine 
  • Clinical Problem Solving 
  • Radiology 
  • Clinical Medicine I and II 

Research and professional interests

  • Medical leadership 
  • Emotional intelligence 
  • Diabetes 
  • Obesity prevention in Latino children 

Awards and honors

Honors 

  • Designated Springfield Business Journal Healthcare Champion, 2010

Publications 

  • Cleveland, T. et al. (in press 2015).  Emergency Medicine and General Surgery End of RotationTM Exams. Alexandria, VA: The Physician Assistant Education Association.
  • Canales, R., Cleveland, T. (2015) Emotional Intelligence: One Component in the HeART of Medicine.  Journal of Physician Assistant Education.  Accepted June 2, 2015 for publication.  Peer reviewed.
  • Hobbs, R., Cleveland, T. et al. (2014).  Emergency Medicine and General Surgery End of RotationTM Exams. Alexandria, VA: The Physician Assistant Education Association.
  • Hobbs, R., Cleveland, T. et al. (2013).  Emergency Medicine and General Surgery End of RotationTM Exams. Alexandria, VA: The Physician Assistant Education Association.
  • “Pulmonary Disorders” a chapter submitted for publication in the 2nd edition of the book Patient Education: A Practical Approach written for physician assistant students. Submission October, 2009.  Publication date January, 2011.
  • Cleveland, T. (2001). Spirituality and Medicine. The PA Examiner.  Missouri Academy of Physician Assistants (non-peer reviewed). October, 2001.

Grants 

  • Tenkku, L, Ervie, K, Cleveland, T, Del Rosario, G, et al. (August, 2015) “Physician Assistant (PA) Alcohol Education and SBIRT Training Program in Missouri” Grant submitted to SAMHSA. ($942,975.00).  Funded.

Presentations 

  • “Breaking Down the Barriers: A Focus Group of Hispanic Immigrant Families Participating in a Diabetes and Obesity Prevention Program” Poster Presentation at the American Academy of Physician Assistant Conference: IMPACT Explore the Possibilities, Toronto, Ontario, May 2012.
  • “Reducing Hispanic Child Obesity Risk: A Look at “Por la Salud de Nuestros Ninos” Poster Presentation at American Academy of Physician Assistant Conference: IMPACT Explore the Possibilities, Toronto, Ontario, May 2012.
  • “Pediatric Obesity” Missouri Academy of Physician Assistants Summer CME Conference, Branson, MO, July 2010.