The University’s Physician Assistant (PA) students participate annually in a hands-on pediatric workshop as an experimental learning component of the program’s physical diagnosis course. Pediatric patients, ranging from three months to seven years of age, served as the subjects for the exams. Their parents helped facilitate at each of the practice stations.
Students from the University’s Physician Assistant Studies (PA) program returned to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) to complete the third and final session of The Art of Observation workshop series. The program was created to help first year students become more aware of their personal biases, and to improve observation, listening, interpretation, communication and empathy skills when working with patients, their families, and collaborating as a member of a clinical team.
Faculty and students from the University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program attended the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) conference in Denver, Colo., from May 18 to May 22.
Salus University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program emphasizes experiential and service learning, which is why for three years now, PA students have volunteered at the Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA) in Philadelphia.
Salus and Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) have signed a second articulation agreement. With the new 4+2 Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Program Articulation Agreement, Salus will now offer to select undergraduate Natural Sciences and Mathematics students at IUP, who meet all prerequisite criteria, an invitation to interview for admission consideration to Salus University’s PA program.