Bone Health Benefits of Prunes for Men and Women + Free Webinar

Prioritizing bone health – by focusing on exercise, mobility, and a balanced diet – is one way for patients to minimize their risk of osteoporotic fractures and bone loss. Multiple studies suggest that regular consumption of prunes can help prevent bone loss and have a positive effect on bone health.

2021 Preceptor of the Year Always Has a Student by Her Side

Katie Sorensen, MSPAS, PA-C, is the 2021 recipient of the AAPA/PAEA Preceptor of the Year Award. Sorensen practices general surgery in Duluth, Minnesota, has been precepting for 10 years, and provides resources and advice to thousands of students via social media.

Reaching New Heights: From Cancer Survivor to Becoming the First PA in Space

Hayley Arceneaux, PA-C, practices at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, nearly two decades after undergoing treatment there for bone cancer. Now she has officially become the first PA to visit space. Arceneaux served as the medical officer on the world's first all-civilian space mission, and shares what led to this extraordinary opportunity.
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The Case for Inclusion and Diversity in PA Cohorts

The University of Utah PA Program is committed to inclusivity. It has enriched its curriculum and provided quality education to hundreds of PAs, including those from under-represented minority (URM) communities.
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AAPA Response to AMA’s #StopScopeCreep Campaign

On behalf of the more than 140,000 PAs across this country who work alongside physicians in every medical setting and specialty, we ask that the American Medical Association (AMA) cease advancing the false and offensive narrative in your #StopScopeCreep campaign, which suggests PA care is not safe and jeopardizes patient safety.