The workshop was developed to provide initial exposure to the pediatric patient population for the PA students prior to the start of their clinical rotations in September.
Physician assistants (PAs) are becoming one of the most desired healthcare professionals, especially in light of the increased number of Americans who have access to health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
From May 14-19, faculty members and students from the University’s Physician Assistant (PA) program attended the annual American Academy of PAs (AAPA) Conference in Las Vegas.
On four separate mornings during the month of April, the University’s Physician Assistant (PA) students, faculty and staff members chopped vegetables, made sandwiches and delivered hundreds of diet-specific meals to those in need alongside members of the Metropolitan AIDS Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (better known as MANNA).
Rachel Ditoro’s journey as a Physician Assistant (PA) clinician and educator has taken her across the pond— and back—before joining Salus in 2016. Faculty member Ditoro was one of the first PAs to serve in a pilot to trial the PA profession in the United Kingdom.