Category: Research

Research

Call for AAPA 2017 ePosters

November 30, 2016

AAPA is now accepting applications from PAs, PA educators, and PA students for their 2017 ePoster Session. From case studies and clinical research to education and outreach innovations, this is your chance to showcase your innovative original research at AAPA 2017, to be held in Las Vegas on May 15­­–19. Accepted ePosters will be displayed onsite […]

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Create Content for JOPA — Win $1,000

October 26, 2016

The Journal of Orthopedics for Physician Assistants (JOPA) is offering a total of $7,000 to PAs and PA students interested in creating written and video content. Specifically, they will be selecting the following entries: Two Review Articles by authors who are PA students at the time of their article submission Three Review Articles by certified […]

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Program Report 31 Now Available for Download

October 25, 2016

We’ve crunched the numbers, and PAEA’s Program Report 31 is now available! This report represents the time and effort that 194 member programs committed to providing valuable data in response to PAEA’s Program Survey in 2015. These data form an empirical foundation for advocacy efforts, benchmarking, accreditation, and scholarly work. For over 30 years, this […]

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2016 Program and Curriculum Surveys Now Out

June 1, 2016

Summer time is survey time at PAEA! The 2016 Program and Didactic Curriculum Surveys, including survey information and links, were sent to all program directors via email on June 8. The Program Survey is the most comprehensive of PAEA’s surveys, gathering data on programs’ budgets, personnel, students, and graduates. Data from the Program Survey are published by […]

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2015 Matriculating Student Survey Published

May 18, 2016

PAEA has just released an updated research publication: By The Numbers: 2015 Matriculating Student Survey The 2015 Matriculating Student Survey collects information from entering PA students on demographics, academic and employment background, factors related to choice of the PA profession and program, educational debt, intended specialty and practice environment, and student health and well-being. This report features side-by-side comparisons […]

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2016 Don Pedersen Grants Cycle Now Open

May 3, 2016

The PAEA Research Council invites PA faculty to submit proposals for the 2016 Don Pedersen Research Grants Program. The program’s objectives are to promote the development of research skills among PA faculty and to advance knowledge of PA education and workforce issues. Grantees are eligible for awards up to $7,000 and principal investigators will be honored at the […]

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AAFP Global Health Workshop

April 28, 2016

The American Academy of Family Physicians Global Health Workshop has a diverse call for abstracts, including lectures on global health topics, research in global health, local global health, and expansion of Family Medicine as a discipline. Submissions are due May 15! Types of Sessions: Teaching Global Health Lecture Series Global Expansion of Family Medicine Reflections in […]

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Breitman-Dorn Fellowship for Doctoral Candidates

April 28, 2016

Are you working on a dissertation focused on PAs or the PA profession? The PA Foundation’s Breitman-Dorn Research Fellowship recognizes and supports doctoral candidates who are making a contribution to research on the PA profession or the influence of PAs on medical care. The applicant’s research must address the role or contributions of PAs in health […]

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Veteran PA Educator Joins PAEA for the Summer

April 28, 2016

As part of a 6-month sabbatical, Lisa Mustone Alexander, EdD, MPH, PA-C, a long-time faculty member at the George Washington University PA program, has been appointed as a research fellow at PAEA. During her 4-month stint with the Association, she will be working with the staff to identify factors that influence matriculation of under-represented minorities […]

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