Elissa Dawkins, Ph.D.
Dissertation Committee Adjunct,
Department of Healthcare
Hi! I'm Dr. Elissa Dawkins and I live in sunny/rainy/stormy/breezy South Florida. I received my PhD in Educational Research and Evaluation with a minor in Systems Analysis from Nova Southeastern University in 2019; MSc in Clinical Research Administration from Walden University in 2012; and a BSc in Health Science from Purdue Global in 2010.
I have taught various courses in research methods (quantitative); leadership; and statistics (using Excel & SPSS). I also serve as a doctoral capstone mentor, dissertation chair, and member.
I currently work as a Director of Research, and have published various articles on preventive medicine, value-based care, and policy analysis. I currently have 4 papers in the pipeline under review, and I hope to have those published soon!
Thanks for reading!
Doctorate in Educational Research & Evaluation
Nova Southeastern University
Master's in Clinical Research Administration
Bachelor's in Health Science
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