A New Focus
Physician assistants re-certifying in 2019 and beyond will be taking a redesigned PANRE. The NCCPA recently revealed their blueprint for the revamped recertification exam. The changes take into account the results of an industry-wide survey put out by the NCCPA. The NCCPA survey asked practicing physician assistants what they believed PAs need to know.
PAs were tired of studying rare, unseen conditions for the purpose of a test! The new iPANRE focuses on core medical knowledge that assists physician assistants in their practice, no matter the field of medicine they practice in. Questions are written by certified PAs to be clinically applicable, not to trick you..