Author: Elizabeth Alesbury

Research

Protected Research Time — Too Good to Be True?

May 17, 2017

PAEA and AAPA have teamed up to show their renewed commitment to PA research with the inauguration of the PAEA-AAPA Research Fellowship. This program will support three fellows for one-year terms with the first cohort starting on November 1, 2017. The program will provide up to $25,000 per year per fellow directly to each fellow’s […]

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Student Opportunities

Outstanding Student Fellowship Opportunities

May 10, 2017

We are currently accepting applications for the PAEA Future Educator Fellowship and the Student Health Policy Fellowship. Both fellowship programs are great opportunities for PA students to get involved at the national level and continue their lifelong learning. These programs offer students the development they will need to position themselves as successful leaders within their […]

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Board of Directors

Past President Returns to the Board

April 26, 2017

The PAEA Board of Directors has called upon a past president to fill a recently vacated director at large position. Constance Goldgar, MS, PA-C, PAEA’s president in 2013, has stepped in to fill the director at large role previously held by Harry Pomeranz, MSPH, PA-C, who resigned due to competing commitments. She will serve in this […]

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Trending

State Authorization in a Nutshell

April 19, 2017

PAEA’s Committee on Clinical Education has developed an issue brief covering the impact that state authorization has on PA education, including important things you need to know for successfully moving forward in this new environment. State authorization has become a hot-button issue in the education sector over the past few years as state authorization requirements have rapidly been […]

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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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JPAE

Could This Be Your van Gogh Moment?

February 14, 2017

To help commemorate 50 years of the PA profession, the Journal of Physician Assistant Education will be publishing a special anniversary issue in the fall of 2017. Because we would like this issue to stand out from the others — and because we know we have a lot of artistically inclined members — we are […]

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