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Tired

March 11, 2020

We are all tired.  It’s so close to impossible to make a PA program superb — that most don’t even try.  Yet we do.  We show up constantly — we step up when needed, we do more when there’s no one else to do it, and we all keep our families, “the rest of our life,” together in the process.  […]

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Sundance Premieres Documentary About PA/MD Team

January 31, 2018

The documentary “Quiet Heroes,” which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last week, chronicles the heroism of a local PA/MD team during the beginning of the AIDS epidemic. Kristen Ries, MD, an infectious-disease specialist, and Maggie Snyder, MS, PA-C, were the only medical professionals in Utah in the 1980s who were willing to treat patients […]

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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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