Research in Action 2021

Research in Action 2021 offers up to 9.5 credits of AAPA Category 1 CME and features original research about the PA profession and PA education. Learn from PA researchers as they cover topics that will help clinicians and educators advance the PA profession. CME sessions include topics related to COVID-19; telemedicine; burnout and well-being; and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) – just to name a few. 


RESEARCH IN ACTION 2021 SESSIONS
A Global Survey of PAs During the COVID-19 Pandemic
A Report on the PA Equivalent in Uganda and Kenya: A Documentary and Interviews
Ageism in the PA Profession
Assessing the Value of a PA Entry-Level Doctorate Degree
Building Faculty Capacity: An Innovative Workforce Initiative
Correlates of Awareness of Palliative Care, Hospice Care, and Advance Directives in a Racially and Ethnically Diverse Sample of California Adults
COVID-19 & ARC-PA By the Numbers
Curricular Approaches to Transgender Health in PA Education
Dietary Quality, Food Security, and Glycemic Control Among Adult Diabetic Populations in U.S.
Diversity in the PA Pipeline: Student Experiences and Barriers in Admissions and PA School
Emergency Physician and Advanced Practice Provider Diagnostic Testing and Admissions Decisions in Chest Pain and Abdominal Pain
Evaluating the Use of Supplemental Training Technologies in Dermatology Education
Experiences of Mistreatment and Discrimination Among Diverse PA Students
Good by Association: Adopting Social Responsibility to Engage the Emerging Generation of PAs and Amplify AAPA/PA Foundation Value
Improving PA Student Mental Health Utilizing Mental Health First Aid
PAs' Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic
PAs in Ophthalmology: A National Survey
Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Differences in Acute Pain Treatment in the Emergency Department
The Primary Care Workforce Paradox: Physician Shortages in the Context of a PA and NP Surplus
The Role of Interpersonal Toxicity on Healthcare Students' Well-Being
Understanding Academic Rank Among PAs Practicing in Academic Medical Centers
Would an Entry-Level Doctoral Degree Cause More Harm Than Good to the PA Profession? Findings from a National Mixed-Methods Study