This two-time president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants made his mark as an advocate for rural clinicians.
This PA advocate is recognized for work that lead to Ohio PAs earning physician-delegated prescriptive authority for Schedule II controlled medications.
The AAPA’s Clinical Health Affairs Commission cites patient safety, end of life care, and poverty as policy topics to watch in 2013.
High discontinuation rates with traditional second-line therapies suggest more overactive bladder treatment options are needed.
AAPA IMPACT 2013 spotlights importance of expanding PA roles in primary care and improving public awareness of the profession.
The AAPA’s Clinical Health Affairs Commission cites childhood immunization, post-traumatic stress disorder, obesity, celiac disease and dementia as topics to watch in 2013.
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