Archive for October, 2013

8 Must-Have iPad Apps for PA School

PA Student Derek Schmidt shares with us his favorite ways to incorporate technology in the classroom. How do you use technology in the classroom? Share with us!!

Introducing: The Mid-Atlantic Region

A few words from the director of SAAAPA's newest region, Christine Boyer, PA-S at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Des Moines University Students Show Why America Needs PAs

In celebration of National PA Week 2013, Kaylee Gibney, a physician assistant student at Des Moines University in Iowa, and her class put together a short video on why PAs are needed more than ever as health reform brings millions of Americans into an already crowded healthcare system. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL2__X3wEBs

A PA Week Reflection

A personal essay from Rich Bottner, a highly active and motivated PA student from Quinnipiac University. Here he describes his journey into the world of professional healthcare.

HAPPY PA WEEK! 10 Ways to Celebrate:

Here is a list of 10 popular ways to celebrate PA Week. Whatever you do to celebrate PA Week, please make sure to inform AAPA by emailing: paweek@aapa.org.      Sponsoring a health fair or preventive screenings: You may want to co-sponsor this event with a larger institution such as a hospital, health club […]

The Unique Role of Healthcare Providers in Human Trafficking

Information and resources for healthcare providers from the SAAAPA Human Trafficking Volunteer Work Group, written by Kacie Niemann, PA-S at Mercer University.