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Persaud, Harrynauth
 

Persaud, Harrynauth

Curriculum Vitae

Associate Professor
Health Professions

Phone: 718-262-2839
Office Location: SC-112E
HPersaud@york.cuny.edu

Office Hours  
Tuesdays  10am - 12pm (Open door policy based on availability) 

Education

Degree Institution Field Dates
DrPH  SUNY Downstate Medical Center  Doctor of Public Health - Community Health Sciences  2019 
MS  University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey  Health Systems  2008 
BS  York College - CUNY  Physician Assistant Studies  2008 
BS  York College - CUNY  Medical Technology  2004 
Dr. Persaud, DrPH, MSHS, PA-C, is an Associate Professor and the Associate Director of the Physician Assistant program. He is a graduate of the Physician Assistant program and the Medical Technology program at CUNY York College. He completed his Master of Sciences Degree in Health Systems from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and his Doctor of Public Health Degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center. His doctoral research was on immigrant health, since his passion is to bridge the gap in healthcare disparities that exists within the poor and underserved communities. Dr. Persaud is also published in peer-reviewed journals including: Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Journal of Community Health, Journal of the Practice of Cardiovascular Sciences, The Nurse Practitioner, and Complementary Therapies in Medicine.

Areas of Expertise

Physician Assistant
Public Health
Online Education
Clinical Laboratory Science

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Persaud, H; Yuan, J; Afable, A; Bruno, D. "Barriers to Prostate Cancer Screening Among Indo-Guyanese." Journal of Community Health. Published Online, September 2020 - https://rdcu.be/b7z8n: .

Persaud, H & Brugna, R. "Uncommon Diagnosis in a patient with near syncope and abnormal ECG." The Nurse Practitioner. 45, Issue 9 September 2020: 10-13.

Beckerman, B & Persaud, H. "Nutmeg Overdose: Spice Not So Nice." Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 46 October 2019: 44-46.

Persaud, H & Chung, W. "A Severe Case of Neutropenia Secondary to Clopidogrel." Journal of the Practice of Cardiovascular Sciences. 4, Issue 2 September 2018: 144-146.

Graffeo, J & Persaud, H. "Aortic Regurgitation." Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 30, Issue 8 August 2017: 47-48.

Persaud, H. "Multiple Myeloma." Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 28, Issue 7 July 2015: 47-48.

Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances

" A Focus on Point of Care Ultrasonography (POCUS) for Physician Assistants (PA) " October 2020: Poster Presentation submitted at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants (NYSSPA) 2020 Virtual CME Conference.

" The Physician Assistant Profession " 3/14/19: Presented at the Roger Bacon Scientific Honor Society at St. John’s University, Queens Campus.

Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships

Nominated for the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Rising Star 2020 Award: October 2020.

Received the Samuel Kavaler, MD and Florence Kavaler, MD Award for General Excellence – SUNY Downstate Medical Center – Sixteenth Annual School of Public Health Awards: May 2019.

Recognition for Contribution to Online Learning and Technology - York College (CUNY) - SHSPP Committee on Online Learning and Technology: 4/26/17.

Outstanding Preceptor – St. Francis Hospital, the Heart Center, Annual Mid-Level Provider Awards: 10/20/2016.

Distinguished Adjunct Assistant Professor - York College (CUNY) Department of Health Professions – Dean’s Inaugural Adjunct Appreciation: 3/16/2016.

Grants-In-Aid

PSC-CUNY Grant - TRADA-52-31, Needs Assessment for Point of Care Ultrasonography in the PA curriculum. 9/14/2020: Outcome Pending.

PSC-CUNY Enhanced Grant - ENHC-51-41, Incorporation of Ultrasound in the PA curriculum. 12/12/19: Not funded.

PSC-CUNY Enhanced Grant - ENHC-50-2, Doctoral Research - (Grant #: ENHC-50-2. 9/13/18: Not Funded.

Drs. Alicia and Madu Rao’s Scholarship, For Research in Public Health – SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Awarded 9/28/2018: $450.

York College - CTLET, York Faculty Hybrid Course Development Program. Awarded 1/31/2018: $1,000.

Other Professional Activities and Public Service

Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Public Health - Published by Springer Publishing Company: September 2020 - Current.

Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved - Published by the John Hopkins University Press: October 2020 - Current.

Peer Reviewer for the 2020 Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Education Forum Proposals: 3/9/20 – 3/30/20.

Faculty Coach/Co-Captain for York PA students to participate in the NYSSPA Jeopardy - competition across all PA Programs in NY State – Won 2nd Place: October 26, 2019.

Chapter Reviewer - Chapter 2 for Men's Health in Primary Care by Drs Ryan Mallo and Susanne Quallich - Scheduled to publish February 2021: June 2019.

Coordinated and prep York PA students to participate in the NYSSPA Jeopardy - Competition across all PA Programs in NY State: October 6, 2018.

Participate in the Interprofessional Education Workshop - Collaboration between York College and Department of Health & Mental Hygeine: Summer 2018 (6/26/18 and 6/28/18).

Unpublished Book Review for the Publisher Elsevier. Conducted an in-depth review of the pre-revision copy of the textbook: Ballweg et al: Physician Assistant, 6e - ISBN-13: 978-0323401128: 5/30/2018.

Completion of "Faculty Skills 101" Workshop conducted by the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA): 10/23/17 to 10/25/17 in Denver, Colorado.

Completed "Preparation for Teaching Online: A Foundational Workshop for CUNY Faculty" - Conducted by the CUNY School of Professional Studies: 10/23/17 to 11/5/17.

Completed the Certified Blended Learning Designer course offered by University of Central Florida: 2/27/17 to 3/29/17.

Completion of Professor 101 – Faculty Development Program: 5/11/2017.

Developed and Implemented an Asthma Management Intervention Program for Diaspora Community Service (a non-for-profit) organization serving the low socioeconomic population of Downtown Brooklyn. The intervention was delivered to the youth of Diaspora, focused on medication adherence and decreased hospitalization related to asthma: 1/2015 - 4/2015.

International Medical Mission – providing free medical care to the underserved people of Brandon Hill, Clarendon in Jamaica, WI: 7/13/14 – 7/20/14.