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Tiffany Kindratt, MPH is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies in the School of Health Professions. She serves as Research Director for the PA program and mentors PA students, as well as other medical learners, on how to conduct research projects. Ms. Kindratt has eight years of experience working with students on conducting public health research projects in the community as well as using national data. 

In addition to teaching and medical curriculum evaluation, her research interests include evaluating health literacy, preventive services uptake and other racial and ethnic health disparities using community-based participatory research and national survey methodologies.

She expects to obtain her PhD in Epidemiology from the UT School of Public Health, Dallas Regional Campus in 2018.

Education

Undergraduate
University of Texas-Austin (2004), Psychology
Graduate School
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2009), Public Health

Research Interest

  • Community-based participatory research
  • Health communication
  • Health disparities
  • Health literacy
  • Medical education and training
  • Preventive services uptake
  • Quality improvement

Publications

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Efficacy of dietary interventions in end-stage renal disease patients; a systematic review.
Nazar CM, Bojerenu MM, Safdar M, Ahmed A, Akhtar MH, Kindratt TB J Nephropharmacol 2016 5 1 28-40
Disparities in Vaccinations and Cancer Screening Among U.S.- and Foreign-Born Arab and European American Non-Hispanic White Women.
Dallo FJ, Kindratt TB. Womens Health Issues 2015 1 25 56-62
Establishing the Need for Family Medicine Training in Intimate Partner Violence Screening.
Pagels P, Kindratt TB, Reyna G, Lam K, Silver M, Gimpel NE J Community Health 2014 Oct
Disparities in Preventive Health Behaviors Among Non-Hispanic White Men: Heterogeneity Among Foreign-Born Arab and European Americans.
Dallo FJ, Kindratt TB Am J Mens Health 2014 Apr
Development of Verbal HITS for intimate partner violence screening in family medicine.
Shakil A, Bardwell J, Sherin K, Sinacore JM, Zitter R, Kindratt TB Fam Med 2014 Mar 46 3 180-5