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 […]
We would like to personally thank you for your support of PAEA® and for promoting your membership of the Association. PAEA has developed a Proud Member logo, which we encourage you to display on your program’s website and link to the PAEA website. By downloading this logo, you agree to the following: You are a […]
Program directors received a short (but important!) survey about how AAPA’s full practice authority and responsibility (FPAR) proposal may impact PA education. Because programs currently educate graduates to practice with physician supervision, we need to consider the potential effects FPAR may have on applicant pool experience, diversity, program content and length, and costs. Your perspective […]
PAEA has joined a wide-ranging coalition of health care groups and associations raising concerns about the president’s January 27 executive order denying admission to the United States of nationals of seven countries in the Middle East and North Africa. While the immediate impact of the order on PA program students and faculty is likely minimal, […]
PA Week 2016 has come and gone. We saw a lot of great celebrations online from PA programs and educators, PA employers, and PAs themselves. But we also know there was a lot that we didn’t get the chance to see! If your program did something fun or interesting to observe PA Week, let us […]
We believe it is incumbent on the PA organizations to set a high standard for collegial and evidence-based peer review. This letter represents the thinking of the PAEA Board of Directors on the recent proposal to revise the PANRE model.