Jodi Cahalan

Jodi Cahalan
Position(s)
Dean College of Health Sciences
Interim Chair, Program Director Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
Office Phone 515-271-1415
Email jodi.cahalan@dmu.edu

Graduate of three of the University’s programs: physician assistant, health care administration and public health. Joined the physician assistant faculty of DMU in 1989. Named the PA program director in 1994, a position held until 2005. Currently serving as dean for the College of Health Sciences.

Awards and honors

Alpha Eta Honor Society (Allied Health)

2009-2010 research

Americans are experiencing increasing levels of stress as they assume an ever-growing list of responsibilities at work, at home and in their personal lives. My research focuses on identifying life changes that will lead to less stress in their daily lives and promote a greater sense of well-being.

2010 research

Americans are experiencing increasing levels of stress as they assume an ever-growing list of responsibilities at work, at home and in their personal lives. My research focuses on identifying life changes that will lead to less stress in their daily lives and promote a greater sense of well-being.

2009 research

Americans are experiencing increasing levels of stress as they assume an ever-growing list of responsibilities at work, at home and in their personal lives. My research focuses on identifying life changes that will lead to less stress in their daily lives and promote a greater sense of well-being.

Publications

Cahalan, J., Morris, C. (2004.) Dermatology. In J. Labus (Ed.) Physician Assistant Medical Handbook, 2nd Edition (pp. 68-158). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders., 2004

Cahalan, J., Harrison Chambers, P., Multak, N. (2004.) Gynecology. In J. Labus (Ed.) Physician Assistant Medical Handbook, 2nd Edition (pp. 340-367). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders., 2004