Researchers developed and evaluated an advanced practice clinical advancement pilot program for APRNs and PAs.
The bipartisan VA Nurse and Physician Assistant RAISE Act aims to increase the pay limitation on nurse and physician assistant salaries.
Meet US Navy Lieutenant Commander Leticia Banker, MPAS, PA-C, MEd, who has been a practicing PA for 12 years and enlisted in the Navy for 11 years.
Meet emergency medicine clinician Lamont Hunter, MPH, PA-C, who practices at a level 1 trauma center and is president of SEMPA.
Video interview with Ms Orozco on her path to leadership, views on mentorship, AAPA presidency goals, and tips for new PA graduates and on avoiding burnout.
SEMPA updates practice guidelines on continuing education, skill competency, and curriculum for postgraduate emergency medicine PA education programs.
Debra R. Newman, PA-C, MSPAS, MPH, practices addiction medicine in the criminal justice system and is an educator on opioid use disorder management.
The standards would allow VA advanced practice practitioners to provide patient care to the full extent of their education, training, and experience regardless of state laws.
AAPA and AANP advocate for new legislations that will not only benefit PAs and NPs, but also their patients.
PA works with community members to build a community garden in a food desert to address food injustice.
Researchers sought to determine if the interpersonal workplace environment is associated with PAs who feel more disengaged, who put in fewer work hours, who reduce work commitments, or who quit.
After years of debate, the AAPA changed the PA professions’ title to better reflect their relationship with health care clinicians.
Women PAs earn slightly more than other women nationally but still less than their male counterparts.
The following article is a part of conference coverage from the American Academy of PAs 2021 Conference (AAPA 2021), held virtually from May 23 to May 26, 2021. The team at the Clinical Advisor will be reporting on the latest news and research conducted by leading PAs. Check back for more from AAPA 2021 …
A leading teaching hospital identified poor communication, lack of respect, and low morale; established Standards of Collegial Practice guidelines; and created a positive work environment.
Defined leadership structures and structured mentorship may help better identify and manage PA leader burnout.
Study weighs benefits of the doctoral degree as more faculty jobs require it.
Jim Anderson, PA-C, finds that remembering to ask about the small stuff, like medication reconciliation and smoking cessation, improves his ability to help keep his patients safe and healthy.
Asking patients artful questions about the kinds of foods they consume can provide clinicians with more insight than simply asking if the patient eats a balanced diet.
Obesity is a clear risk factor for COVID-19 complications, so what can nurse practitioners and physician assistants do to keep their patients with obesity safe and healthy?