ePosters 2020

Welcome to ePosters: AAPA 2020 Digital Edition! These researchers have chosen to present their research online. You’ll find a vast array of research, from developing a standardized note template and minimizing student burnout to defining the quality of care at a student-run clinic and many more. Read through the posters and reach out to the authors when you want to learn more.

Interested in seeing this highlighted in AAPA News Central? Read about the ePosters here!

Interested in reading select abstracts in JAAPA? See the AAPA 2020 Poster Session Abstracts in the December issue of JAAPA.

Learn more about Research Activities at AAPA 2021 today.


Congratulations to the recipient of the  Association of Postgraduate Physician Assistant Programs (APPAP) Poster Award.

Fred Wu, MHS, PA-C and Michael Darracq, MD, MPH
Department of Emergency Medicine; University of California, San Francisco; Fresno, California for their poster Comparing Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner Utilization in U.S. Emergency Departments; 2010-2017 .

Congratulations to the recipients for the JAAPA Student Poster Awards.

Emily Nettesheim, PA-S, Stephanie Neary, MPA, MMS, PA-C, and Christopher Roman, MMS, PA-C of Yale School of Medicine and Butler University for their poster: Do Physician Assistant Licensure Questions Violate the Americans with Disabilities Act?

Alishia Zyer PA-S, Erin Gallagher PA-S, Joseph Desrosiers II MSPAS, PA-C, Anne S. De Groot MD of Bryant University Physician Assistant Program, Clínica Esperanza/Hope Clinic for their poster Quantifying Quality of Care at a PA Student-Led Free Diabetes Clinic

Hwal Lee, PA-S; Robert D. Hadley, PhD, PA-C of Radford University PA Program, Roanoke, VA for their poster PA students may benefit more from earlier mental health training