Digital ePosters

Welcome to ePosters: Digital Edition! You’ll find a vast array of research from AAPA 2020 through AAPA 2022.

Read through the posters and reach out to the authors when you want to learn more.


AAPA extends their congratulations to the following teams who have been awarded the top prizes from JAAPA and Association of Postgraduate PA Programs (APPAP).

The JAAPA Student Poster Award, provided by Wolters Kluwer, is awarded to the top three student posters at AAPA 2022. Each set of authors earns $500. Congratulations to the following teams!

Quality Assurance Review of Completion of Diagnostic Colonoscopies Following Positive Fecal Immunochemical test result among uninsured patients

By Bianca Kennel, PA-S, Katelyn Kubiak, PA-S, Sapna Suresh, PA-S, Emily Tieu, PA-S, with advisor Jennifer Coombs, PA-C, MPAS, PhD of the University of Utah

Relationship between grit and well-being among Physician Assistants redeployed to other medical specialties during the COVID-19 pandemic

By Allison Capic, PA-S, Nicole Pinuela, PA-S, Lily Lucca-Bederka, PA-S, Olivia Meyer, PA-S, Kevin Acosta, PA-S, Sara Naeem, PA-S, Gail Kunath-Tiburzi, MPA, PA-C, with advisor Anthony D’ Antoni, MS, DC, PhD of Wagner College

An Evaluation of Confidence in Nutrition Education in Physician Assistant Programs in the United States

By Amanda Taylor, PA-S, Bailey Bestle, PA-S, Nicole Sadej, PA-S, Benjamin Santoro, PA-S, Sarah Waleck, PA-S, with advisor Mirela Bruza-Augatis, PA-C of Seton Hall University

Program Director Characteristics in Emergency Medicine PA Postgraduate Programs

By Fred Wu, MHS, PA-C and Michael Darracq, MD, MPH

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