Betty Hulse

Betty Hulse

Associate Professor

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT

Julian Hall 102

Phone: (605) 658-5934

Email: Betty.Hulse@usd.edu

Teaching Interests:

Laboratory medicine topics, Endocrinology and Behavioral Health


Research Interests:

Scholarship of Teaching, Learning and Assessment; Interprofessional education; Simulation based learning.


Education:

  • MS, Physician Assistant Studies, University of South Dakota, 2006
  • BA, Psychology, Minot State University, 1989
  • BS, Biology, Minot State University, 1989
  • BS, Medical Technology/Clinical Laboratory Science, Minot State University, 1989
  • ND Secondary Education Teaching Certification, Biology, Minot State University, 1989

Licensures and Certifications:

  • South Dakota State License, SD Board of Medical and osteopathic Examiners
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification, Avera Education Services
  • CPR Certified, American Heart Association
  • Physician Assistant National Re-Certification, NCCPA
  • South Dakota Department of Health Controlled Substance Certification, SD Dept of Health
  • DEA Controlled Substance Registration Certificate, United States Dept of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Physician Assistant National Certification, National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants

Grants:

  • Improved Patient Safety in Transfusion Medicine through Interdisciplinary Education. (2013 - 2014)

Publications:

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  • Schweinle, William, and Hulse, Betty. How abusive husbands and sexual harassers infer women's thoughts and feelings. In Victims of sexual assault and abuse: Resources and responses for individuals and families, Vol. 1. Incidence and psychological dimensions, edited by M. Paludi, F. Denmark. Vol. 1. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2010.
  • Schweinle, William, Berg-Poppe, Patti, and Hulse, Betty. Men's Perceptions of Women Leaders and Managers.. In n M. Paludi (Ed.), Women and Management Worldwide: Global Issues and Promising Solutions. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger...