The House of Delegates discussed the recertification process for PAs and the future of the PA profession.
Most opioid-dependent pregnant patients understand that intravenous drug use is a major transmission modality of HCV.
The gap between supply and demand in the rheumatology workforce is expected to widen substantially by 2030.
The policy was unanimously approved at the AAPA 2017 conference.
Physicians in primary care and in subspecialty care found that PAs are prepared to actively participate in clinical activities.
PAs take advantage of flexibility offered by their profession.
Many PA students and practicing PAs did not feel that their PA program adequately trained them to screen for opioid abuse.
Almost half of participants reported that they never received information regarding the side effects of their medication from their prescriber.
Across all demographics, healthcare provider recommendation to be vaccinated had the strongest impact, followed by having a history of the disease, and knowing someone else who had that disease.
A survey found that 95.16% of participants were confident in the ability of a PA or an NP to provide opiate replacement therapy.
A 53-year-old woman presents to the emergency room for right upper extremity deep vein thrombosis after rib resection and subclavian vein stent placement.
Many patients cannot identify the meaning of prescription drug pictograms.
AAPA 2017 invites you to go Beyond CME by engaging in live programs and workshops that will help take your career to the next level.