Last spring the Colorado Academy of PAs (CAPA) hosted a variety of programs to share information with its members about the NIH’s All of Us Research Program. Here, CAPA Director-at-Large Kendra Glassman, PA-C, RD, responds to questions about the program.
In recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day, Sept. 10, we’d like to remind you that PAs are not immune to mental health issues nor suicidal ideations, attempts, or completions. Although there are barriers to seeking treatment, there are resources available to you.
The American Academy of PAs (AAPA) and the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) are pleased to announce the members of the 2021-2022 cohort of AAPA-PAEA Research Fellows. The fellowship offers promising PA researchers the opportunity to contribute to the growing body of PA education and workforce research.
PA students have been added to the list of health professions eligible for the HRSA National Health Service Corps’ (NHSC) Student to Service Loan Repayment Program. Interested students should visit the NHSC Student to Service page and apply by Nov. 4.
Any successful career transition is rooted in self-knowledge, curiosity and a zestful movement towards what inspires you as a clinician. PAs have unique career journeys given their ability to navigate specialty transitions that can be both exciting and daunting.
TODAY Show features Arianna Campbell, PA-C, an emergency medicine PA at the Marshall Medical Center in Placerville, California – highlighting how COVID surges have hit rural communities and how PAs like Campbell have been leaders on the frontlines throughout the pandemic.
Since AAPA’s House of Delegates voted to change the profession’s title to physician associate during its May 24 meeting, AAPA has been working on implementation. Here are a few of the notable milestones during the past few months.
The New Hampshire Board of Medicine recently adopted amendments to the PA regulations that made significant improvements to PA practice in the state. The regulatory changes were the result of hard work by the New Hampshire Society of PAs (NHSPA) and AAPA.
Are you a PA who’s passionate about primary care and dedicated to mentoring the next generation of providers? Do you work with underserved populations? Apply or nominate someone for the PA Foundation’s William H. Marquardt Community Health Access Fellowship!