Sara Lolar M.S., PA-C, DFAAPA

Sara Lolar M.S., PA-C, DFAAPA

Title

Assistant Professor - Clinical

Department

Physician Assistant Studies

Office Location

EACPHS, Suite 2590

Phone

313-577-1368

Email

slolar@wayne.edu

Sara Lolar M.S., PA-C, DFAAPA

Degrees and Certifications

  • Emergency Medicine Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ), 2016
  • Wayne State University, M.S in Physician Assistant Studies, 2005
  • Wayne State University, B.S. in Biological Sciences, 1995

Positions and Employment

  • Assistant Professor (Clinical), Physician Assistant Studies, Wayne State University, 2018-present
  • Medical Center Emergency Services, Detroit Medical Center ED, Physician Assistant, 2005-present
  • Instructional Assistant/PT UPTF, Physician Assistant Studies, Wayne State University, 2006-2018

Awards and Honors

  • Dale Sillix Teaching Award of Excellence, Wayne State University Physician Assistant Studies, 2009, 2013, 2015, 2016

Professional Memberships

  • Pi Alpha National Honor Society for Physician Assistants
  • Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of PAs (DFAAPA)
  • American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
  • Michigan Academy of Physician Assistants (MAPA)

Areas of Expertise

  • Faculty Development
  • Academic admissions
  • Point of care ultrasound
  • Emergency medicine

 

Recent Publications

  1. Lolar, S., M.J. Pilat, R. Welch. Impact of type of healthcare experience before physician assistant school admission on PANCE score.  Journal of Allied Health (in print)
  2. Lolar, S. M.J. Pilat, R. Welch. Type of healthcare experience impact on PANCE score.  PAEA Education Forum, Washington DC, October 12th, 2019.  Poster presentation
  3. Lolar, S, J. McQueen, S. Maher.  PA student H&P association with PANCE.  PAEA Education Forum, Washington DC, October 11th 2019.  Poster presentation
  4. Lolar, S., Gestational Trophoblastic Disease, JAAPA (in print)
  5. Lolar, S., P Chrobak, What is causing this man’s facial flushing? JAAPA, Feb 2017, 30 (2):55-57
  6. Lolar, S, Woman, 36, with fever and malaise. Clinician Reviews, September 2016; 26(9):30-33
  7. Lolar, S.A., R.L. Sherwin, D.M. Robinson, et al., Effectiveness of an urban emergency department call-back system in the successful linkage to treatment of sexually transmitted infections. South Med J, May 2015. 108(5): p. 268-73.
  8. Lolar S, Sudden cramps and vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, April 2011, pg 69-70.
  9. Lolar S, Nonhealing Wound Following Trauma, Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, June 2010, pg 59-60.

Research website

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sara_Lolar