Feb 7, 2024
In this episode, PA Angela Meredith speaks with Clay, Kim, and Martine about how clinicians, particularly PAs, can be prepared to handle the issue of human trafficking.
Learn valuable information you can use to help patients who may be at risk, important factors to consider implementing at your facility, and useful...
Nov 16, 2023
Summary: We’ve all been asked to explain what a PA is, and then probably received the follow-up question of “do you need to go back to school? Or complete a residency or fellowship?” We all have our spiels ready. But the landscape as it pertains to PA fellowships is changing. For this episode, we were joined by...
Oct 26, 2023
Onboarding new graduate PAs and NPs has become a hot topic, especially given the provider shortages and financial shortfalls our healthcare system is experiencing. Onboarding is also an emerging area of research, and in this episode, we sit down with PA Nathalie Ortiz and NP Hilary Barnes to discuss what they have...
Jun 5, 2023
May is mental health awareness month. In this month's podcast we discuss alternatives to managing chronic depression, suicidal ideation and depression among PAs and PA students, and provider burnout.
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Mar 20, 2023
In this episode we sit down with Gerald Kayngo to discuss his article on how to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare, and how to assess our progress!
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