Alerts

Obituary

In Memoriam: Donald W. Fisher, PhD

March 30, 2017

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Donald W. Fisher, PhD, the first executive director of the association that is now PAEA. Dr. Fisher passed away from cancer at the age of 71 on Sunday, March 26. Dr. Fisher served both the Association and AAPA from 1973-1980, when PAEA was still […]

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Leadership Opportunities

Leadership and Writing Opportunities at JOPA

March 30, 2017

The JBJS Journal of Orthopaedics for Physician Assistants (JOPA), one of the first peer-reviewed specialty journals for the PA profession, has two opportunities currently available. First, JOPA is looking for PA educators with orthopedic experience to join the Editorial Board and Peer Review Team. For more information on these positions, please contact JOPA Editor Dagan […]

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Clinical Training

Mayo Clinic PA Fellowship Seeking Applicants

March 30, 2017

Applications for the 2017-2018 Mayo Clinic Hospital Internal Medicine PA Fellowship are now being accepted. Three PAs will be selected to participate in the fellowship, which will take place at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix starting in September. Selected students will choose between three clinical tracks for the one-year program: traditional hospitalist, critical care medicine, and […]

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Project Access

Register Now for Project Access at the 2017 AAPA Conference

March 29, 2017

Planning for Project Access at the AAPA conference in Las Vegas is officially underway. If you’re unfamiliar, Project Access is an outreach program that takes representatives from the PA profession to high schools to give an interactive and informative presentation to students who may be interested in a health professions career. It’s designed to inspire and motivate underrepresented […]

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Webinar

Fluoroquinolone Safety Labeling Updates

March 22, 2017

On Tuesday, April 4, join the FDA’s Division of Drug Information for a webinar on fluoroquinolones. Specifically, the webinar will cover: The disabling and potentially irreversible constellation of adverse events that have been associated with the use of systemic fluoroquinolones The importance of stopping the fluoroquinolone antibacterial drug at the first sign that a patient […]

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This Week

Elon University Launches Anatomical Gift Program

March 22, 2017

A new anatomical gift program will serve as a valuable resource for Elon University students in the School of Health Sciences, as well as in undergraduate science courses, as they learn about the human body and train to become PAs. The program, headed by Dianne Person, will provide members of the local community and others […]

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