2 PAs Give 5 Tips on Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

Two PAs practicing in women’s health, Nisha McKenzie, PA-C, and Deanna Bridge Najera, PA-C, share their tips for Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC). Dispelling misinformation, being mindful of patient experience, getting proper training, and addressing safety concerns are key.

PA Foundation Announces Nutrition Outreach Fellows

The PA Foundation recently selected 40 PAs from across the country to be a part of the new Nutrition Outreach Fellowship. Through the fellowship, PAs will receive special training and resources on nutrition to both enhance their clinical practice and to give back to their healthcare peers and the community at large.
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PA Foundation Announces Scholarship for Black PA Students

The PA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of AAPA, is pleased to announce the launch of the Joyce Nichols Memorial Scholarship. A groundbreaker in the PA profession, PA Nichols, who passed away in 2012, was the first woman and the first Black woman to practice as a PA.

Optimize Nutrition to Support a Healthy Immune System

Although primary care PA Darrin Cottle, PA-C, RD, is not actively treating hospitalized patients with COVID-19, he spends lots of time counseling patients about the virus when he sees them in his clinical practice. They discuss testing, how long to quarantine, use of masks, and how to support a healthy immune system.
Kayla Bakane, PA-C, MPAS; Kristen Rheinlander, MMs, PA-C; Lacee Keller, PA-C; Kristin Kamprath, MPAS, PA-C; Alana Young, PA-C

Obesity Management Certificate Program a Win for PAs and Patients

Want to better understand obesity and the barriers to patients seeking care, and improve your approach to patients? The 14-month Obesity Management in Primary Care Certificate Program is for you. This program is currently looking for its second cohort.
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US Army Reserve PAs Deployed to Assist in COVID-19 Response

With fewer than 48 hours notice, a unique cohort of United States Army Reserve PAs was pulled together to create the 811-1 Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force with a mission assignment to Stamford, Connecticut, to assist in the COVID-19 response.