Research in Action 2022

Research in Action 2022 includes newly recorded content from the in-person AAPA2022 Annual Conference, and offers up to 5.5 credits of AAPA Category 1 CME and features original research about the PA profession and workforce. 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; health pilots; parental leave policies; and nutrition – just to name a few.

Chronic Low Back Pain (LBP) in Underserved Communities: A Study of African American and Latino Older Adults
Forecasting the Physician Assistant/Associate Workforce: 2020-2035
Identifying PA Programs Contributing to Workforce Diversity: A Primer to Health Equity
Parental Leave Policies of Physician Assistant Programs
PAs' Clinical Care and Counseling Related to Nutrition may be Limited by Lack of Nutritional Knowledge
Primary Care PA Practice: Roles, Perceived Barriers, and Physicians' Opinions of PA Practice: A Pilot Study
Research Should Not Be a Scary Word
Saturday Pap Clinic, Preventative Health Pilot
The COVID-19 Pandemic, Job Postings and Employment Trends Among U.S. Physician Associates. The COVID-19 Impact Study
The Current State of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Practices in PA Training
The Opportunity to Lead Mediates Physician Assistant Professional Fulfillment
What Is AAPA Doing to Advance PA Research?
When Do Physician Assistants/Associates Intend to Retire?

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