Keith Graham, Ph.D.

Professor, Academic Coordinator

Email: kgraham@sf.edu

Professional Education

  • Ph.D. Educational Administration, Pensacola Christian College, Pensacola, Florida, 1987
  • M.Ed. Biology, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 1973
  • B.S. Biology, Huntington University, Huntington, Indiana, 1971

Professional Memberships

  • Continuing member of HAPS, Human Anatomy and Physiology Society since 1997
  • Member of HAPS Technology Committee 1998-2000

Publications

  • Major author of biology textbook used in Christian high schools. God’s Living Creation published by A Beka Books 1987, 1997
  • Textbook reviewer for Human Anatomy, Van DeGraaff, WCB McGraw Hill, 5ed, 1998
  • Developed and implemented computer software programs for individualized learning activities in anatomy using A.D.A.M.
  • Published an article in April 1998 issue of Teaching Professor, “Computerized Testing Can Improve Student Learning”
  • Published an article in August 1998 issue of HAPS Educator, “Using Technology for Testing in Anatomy and Physiology”
  • Published an article in February/March 2003 issue of Masterminds, “Problem Based Learning: PA program’s Unique Education Method”
  • Integrated published “Competencies of Physician Assistants” into the curriculum objectives of the PA Program, 2008

Research

  • Correlation study of admission criteria and success in the Physician Assistant curriculum and PANCE, 2006
  • Research advisor for PA student Master’s Projects, 2004-2009
  • Research advisor and co-author for student research project “Remediation in the USF PA Curriculum” 2013
  • Current journal subscriptions and reading
    • The Journal of Physician Assistant Education