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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Faculty Development

Ready to Advance Rural Primary Care?

February 8, 2017

PAEA will be well represented at Advancing Rural Primary Care II, a national conference on the effective utilization of PAs, to be held March 23–24 in Omaha, Nebraska. Join other PAs, physicians, administrators, policy makers, researchers, educators, and students to exchange strategies in sustaining primary care in rural and underserved communities through the use of […]

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Leadership Opportunities

Call for Conference Proposal Reviewers

January 27, 2017

PAEA is seeking applications to fill up to 20 positions for conference proposal reviewers, formerly known as Conference Committee members. The role of a reviewer is to participate in the blinded peer-review process for Education Forum session proposals. Reviewers can choose to evaluate posters and proposals that are either (1) original research, which are primarily […]

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PAEA Data in Healthy People 2020 Report

January 25, 2017

Healthy People 2020 has released its mid-term data report, and data from PAEA’s Curriculum Survey was included in the findings. In its Education and Community-Based Programs section, the report states that “between 2010 and 2014, the proportion of physician assistant programs that included course content in environmental health increased (from 53% in 2010 to 63% […]

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