Susan Wulff, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA

Contact Information

Susan Wulff, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA

Founding Chair and Director, Physician Assistant Program

  • Full-Time Faculty

Degrees

  • M.S., Education and Leadership, Arizona School of Health Sciences
  • B.S.H.P., Health Professions, Kettering College of Medical Arts
  • A.S., Physician Assistant Studies, Kettering College of Medical Arts

Certifications

  • Certificate in DISC Analysis, 2008
  • Certificate in Lay Christian Counseling, 2008
  • Basic Disaster Life Support, 2007

Professional Activities

  • Member, American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Ohio Association of Physicians Assistant, since 1979
  • Member, Physician Assistant Educational Program (PAEA), formerly known as Association of Physician Assistant Programs (APAP), since 1997
  • Member, Allied Health Advisory Committee, Cedarville University, since 2009
  • Member, Fellowship for Christian Physician Assistants, 2000-07

Service Activities

Staff Hope Warren County, an educational/counseling course for all people in custody issues with Warren County court system, 2008-10

Selected Presentations

“Beyond the Basics: Enhanced Skills for PA Faculty.” (November 2012). Invited presentation for PAEA, Seattle, Washington.

“Beyond the Basics: Enhanced Skills for PA Faculty.” (November 2011). Presented at PAEA, New Orleans, Louisiana.

“PA Survivor Island: Using Behavioral Based Interviewing for Admission Interviews.” (April 2011). Webinar presented for PAEA.

“PA Survivor Island: Using Behavioral Based Interviewing for Admission Interviews.” (October 2009). Presented at Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA), Portland, Oregon.

“Improving Communication and Relationship Using DISC Analysis.” (October 2008). Presented at PAEA, Savannah, Georgia.

Overview of the PA Profession to the Allied Health Bachelor of Science students at Cedarville University. (2008-12).