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Scott Massey is an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies. Massey received his Associate in Science degree in PA in 1987, BS degree in Biology in 1989, MSED in Counseling in 1993, and a PhD in Leadership in 2004. Massey also attended the Harvard University Leadership Program in 2008.

Massey brings a long history of PA education into his position at SHRS. This includes 29 years of PA education experience including program director at four previous PA programs with the most recent being at Central Michigan University. Massey has taught a variety of courses and PA education which is described in his CV. Massey has almost 20 years of clinical experience in family medicine, emergency medicine, and international health care. He is involved with an industry sponsored study through exam master looking at predictive factors for the PA admissions exam (PA-CAT). In addition, his research has focused on the impact of graduate health science education on stress indicators. He will be involved with accreditation processes in the Department, as well as faculty research mentoring and teaching activities.


Awards and Honors

Inducted to Pi Alpha, the National Honor Society for Physician Assistants

Teacher of the Year, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Manchester Campus

Commencement Speaker, Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program, Kettering College

Faculty College-Wide Research/Scholarship Award: Scholarship of Teaching, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science, Manchester Campus

Distinguished Visiting Professor Program, South College in Knoxville, Tennessee

New Hampshire Physician Assistant of the Year

Dean Emeritus, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Nominated for Master Faculty Award, Physician Assistant Education Association

Nominated for Article of the Year, Physician Assistant Education Association

College of Health Professions Researcher Representative, Central Michigan University Research Forum


Department of Physician Assistant Studies