Dan Chambers, MPAS, PA-C ProfileResearchPublicationsPosition(s)Associate Professor and Clinical CoordinatorMaster of Science in Physician Assistant Studies ProgramAssociate ProfessorFamily MedicinePhysician AsisstantFamily Medicine Clinic Clinic Appointment 515-271-1710EmailEducationMaster of Physician Assistant Studies, University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, NE, 2001Bachelor of Science, Physician Assistant, University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, NE, 1976CertificationsNational Commission on Certification of Physician AssistantsState Licensure and Registration, IowaState of Iowa Board of Pharmacy Examiners Controlled Substance Certificate of RegistrationFederal Drug Enforcement Administration Controlled Substance Registration CertificateAwards and honorsI assisted in the general healthcare of those officers and airman assigned to flight duty. During my tour of duty in Southeast Asia, I served as an air rescue medical specialist completing over 50 missions. As a result of those actions there I was awarded:Air MedalPresidential Unit Citation with ValorAir Force Accommodation MedalHonorable Discharge May 1972Area of ExpertiseClinical Practice:Family PracticeProfessional Organizations, Committees and BoardsAmerican Academy of Physician AssistantsPhysician Assistant Education AssociationUniversity of Nebraska Physician Assistant Alumni Association (founding board member), Past PresidentServiceProfessional:Reviewer for the student J. Peter Nyquist writing awards sponsored by the AmericanUniversity:PAEA Technology SubcommitteePAEA Webpage Development SubcommitteeMilitaryU.S. Air Force, Flight Surgeon Medic – 1968-1972Iowa Army National Guard, General Army Occupational Medicine – 1982 – Retired 2000Medical Consultant for “Effects of ibuprofen and acetaminophen on fatigue and physiological responses to intense exercise”, principal investigator Joseph P. Weir, PhD. And Julie Ronnebaum, DPTPublicationsCo-Author – “The Utility of Standardized Patients and Simulated Patient Encounters in the Evaluation of Physician Assistant Students”. This article was co-authored with Bridget Calhoun, Director, Physician Assistant Program, Duquesne University, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Published in Perspectives on Physician Assistant Education, the official journal of the Association of Physician Assistant Programs, Volume 15, Number 2, 2004.Author – “Tinnitus: What Can Be Done?” – a masters capstone project paper, August, 2001Presentations:Co-Presenter – “I Can’t See the Forest for the Trees: We have The Data Now What?” This was a roundtable presented at the Annual PAEA Meeting, Savannah Georgia, November, 2008, discussing the gathering of electronic data by Physician Assistant students during their clinical rotations. Open discussions were undertaken about utilization of that data in the future and the value of that interpretation for the program. Future/ongoing presentations are planned in conjunction with PAEA Annual Meetings.Presenter – “The Use of the Standardized Performance Laboratory to Test Patient Evaluation Skills in First Year Physician Assistant Students”, a nationally peer reviewed poster presentation at the American Academy of Physician Assistant national convention, May 2003 in New Orleans, Louisiana.Presenter – “The Use of the Standardized Performance Laboratory to Test Patient Evaluation Skills in First Year Physician Assistant Students”, a nationally peer reviewed poster presentation at the Association of Physician Assistant Programs semi-annual educational conference, Miami, Florida, November, 2002.