NCCPA Addresses Self Assessment and Performance Improvement CME “At its meeting last weekend, the NCCPA Board of Directors responded to concerns from PAs and to a […]
Mr Ferrell was the first physician assistant. It’s was an honor to meet him in his home.
Announcing New SA CME -Awesome SA CME Topics to Choose From Being a Physician Assistant is an amazing profession, we get to choose what type of […]
With 5-Hours in class of questions and audience response units engagement and a take home test your earn your 20 hours of AAPA approved self-assessment credits […]
If you are a physician’s assistant or a student, and you have to pass your boards; stakes are sky high and we get that. Any medical […]
I was fired from my job as an emergency room physician assistant only after working there for a year. It was my first job after I […]
Call for Comments, Collegiality and Consideration of the Future of the PA Profession by Dawn Morton-Rias, Ed.D, PA-C (NCCPA President/CEO) and Denni Woodmansee, MS, PA-C (NCCPA […]
To understand heart blocks, you have to understand the vagus nerve and how it works. To make it easy to understand, we use the analogy of […]
I applaud the NCCPA’s vision in looking at the PAs in practice today and the needs of all providers. Let’s face it folks, we have a […]
Navigating In-Flight Turbulence The Difference Between Patient and Customer As a “lone wolf EM Physician Assistant” (PA that works in a critical access hospital ED) […]
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