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!!
A few words from the director of SAAAPA's newest region, Christine Boyer, PA-S at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
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 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.
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: firstname.lastname@example.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 […]
Information and resources for healthcare providers from the SAAAPA Human Trafficking Volunteer Work Group, written by Kacie Niemann, PA-S at Mercer University.