Nicholas M. Hudak, MPA, MSEd, PA-C, is a Physician Assistant with 15 years of experience practicing neurology and 10 years of experience as a health professions educator. Mr. Hudak is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and is a Faculty Clinical Coordinator with the Duke PA Program.
His current clinical practice is in the Department of Neurology. He has experience working on health care teams and has been involved with interprofessional education at Duke for the past decade, contributing to initiatives in both classroom and clinical settings as well as through advancing research and scholarship. Mr. Hudak has been the principal investigator of two grant-funded projects related to interprofessional education, including Teach More About Teams - a novel faculty development program for clinicians supervising learners in clinical settings.
He was a recipient of the 2019 Duke AHEAD Interprofessional Education Excellence Award. Mr. Hudak is currently pursuing a PhD in Education Research and Policy from North Carolina State University. Above all else, he is a husband and father to three fun-loving boys - the Hudak family enjoys spending time with one another, their wider family and family of friends, and adventuring at home, locally, and around the country.