Are you interested in establishing international experiences for your students? Not sure where to begin? ¡No problemo! The PAEA International Clinical Rotations Subcommittee has created a list of useful resources to assist programs with developing new international rotation opportunities or enhancing current ones. The more than 30 documents include scholarly works, PowerPoint slide decks, guidelines, and sample forms. Learn more.
The Stony Brook PA program is featured as an impact case study on the Agency for Healthcare and Research Quality’s website. Stony Brook uses three of AHRQ’s products and data resources in its PA program. One of the tools, TeamSTEPPS, an evidence-based patient safety system developed by AHRQ and the Department of Defense, is used […]
The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, in collaboration with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has released a new set of training materials for health professionals. The first of its kind, the Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC) Education and Training provides health professionals with […]
To help PA educators teach their students about the history of the PA profession, the Physician Assistant History Society has released an Educational Toolkit. The toolkit is designed to provide maximum flexibility in a broad range of formats, including traditional lectures, online reading and learning assignments, team-based learning, and individual study. Five modules and an instructors handbook are provided. The […]
In 2014, PAEA began providing professional services to member and non-member PA programs and their host colleges and universities. Gene Jones, PhD, PA-C, is the newest member of the professional services team; he joins Chief Policy & Research Officer Tony Miller, MEd, PA-C, and Paul Lombardo, MPS, PA-C. Jones has more than 25 years of experience in PA education, […]