Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor, Department of Physician Assistant Education
|Degree:||Master of Health Science
|Degree:||Bachelor of Arts, French Language and Literature
University of Kansas
|2008 – present Assistant Professor, Department of Physician Assistant Education, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri 2001 – 2008 Physician Assistant, Department of Pediatrics, Kansas University Physicians, Inc, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas2003 – 2008 Instructor, Adjunct Faculty, Avila Advantage Program, Avila University, Kansas City, Missouri2002 Physician Assistant, Family Medicine, Duschenne Clinic (Volunteer), Kansas City, Kansas1993— 2002 Work Group on Health Promotion and Community Development, Lawrence, Kansas Writer, 1999 – 2002Project Coordinator 1997-1999Undergraduate Research Assistant, 1993-1995|
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
DelRosario, GA, and Gottesman, GS. Newborn screening in the 21st century: What physician assistants need to know. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. April 2010.
DelRosario, GA. Come Hear, Baby! An Overview of Congenital Hearing Loss. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Volume 21, Issue 6. June 2008. p. 22-26.
Schultz, J. A., Fawcett, S. B., Francisco, V. T., Wolff, T. J., Berkowitz, W. R., and Nagy, G. The Community Tool Box: Using the Internet to Support the Work of Community Health and Development.
Co-published simultaneously in: Journal of Technology and Human Services. Volume 17, Numbers 2/3 2000, and: Human Services Online: A New Arena for Service Delivery (ed: Jerry Finn and Gary Holden), The Haworth Press, 2000.
Non Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
DelRosario, GA. Diabetic for a Week. The Notebook. Reinert Center for Teaching Excellence, Saint Louis University. Volume 11, Issue 4. Spring 2009.http://cte.slu.edu/notebook_ol/11_4/index.html
DelRosario, GA. It's All Your Fault! ADVANCE for Physician Assistants. Volume 16, Issue 12. November-December 2008. p. 70.
DelRosario, GA. Performing a Balancing Act: Optimizing Care for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children with Vestibular Deficits. ADVANCE for Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists. 6 August 2007. p. 10-11.
Nagy, J. Si, Doctora. The Network Practitioner. Newton's Grove, NC: Tri-County Community Health Center. Spring, 2001.Journal Abstracts
Delrosario, G, Ware, SK. A Case of Stiff Man Syndrome in a Child with Type 1 Diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. Volume 20, Issue 2. April 2005. p. 131-132.