Australian journal of rural health 2008 jones p e

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Australian Journal of Rural Health 2008 Jones, P. E. (2008). Doctor and physician assistant distribution in rural and remote Texas counties. Australian Journal of Rural Health , 16(2), 12. Workforce "Postgraduate Education for the Physician Assistant: Where Are We Heading?" Knott, P. Journal of Physician Assistant Education 2008 Knott, P. (2008). Postgraduate education forthe physi cian assistant: Where are we heading? Journal of Physician Assistant Education, 19 (3), 6–7. The author reflects on the job offered to him as a feature editor for a section in a journal which explores issues needing education of physician assistants (PAs) beyond their entry level training program. Hehopes to see the section of the journal a place for scholarly debate which defines the true nature of the postgraduate education of a PA. He claims that the issue presents an example of the first postgraduate PA training program that rises to a doctoral degree in a clinical specialty. Education "ExpandingPAs' Roles in Aesthetic Practices" Lennox, K. P. ADVANCE for Physician Assistants 2008 Lennox, K. P. (2008). Expanding PAs’ roles in aesthetic practices. ADVANCE for Physician Assistants, 16 (1–2), 30. Krystie P. Lennox, PA C, gives advice to PAs on how to succeed in aesthetic medicine. Workforce "A Longitudinal Analysis of the General SurgeryWorkforce in the United States" Lynge, D. C., Larson, E. H., Thompson, M. J., Rosenblatt, R. A., & Hart, L. G. Archives of Surgery 2008 Lynge, D. C., Larson, E. H., Thompson, M. J., Rosenblatt, R. A., & Hart, L. G. (2008). A longitudinal analysis of the general surgery Workforce in theUnited States, 1981–2005. Archives of Surgery, 143(4), 345–350. This study analyzed the supply of general surgeons in the United States through a retrospective longitudinal analysis. Results showed that the overall number of general surgeons per 100 000 population has declined by 25.91% during the past 25 years. The decline has beenmost marked in urban areas. However, more remote rural areas continue to have significantly fewer general surgeons per 100 000 population. These findings have implications for training, recruiting, and retaining general surgeons Workforce "CASPA The Applicant Pool 2007 Cycle 7 Report" McDaniel, M. J. Savannah, GA 2008 McDaniel, M. J. (2008, November). CASPA The Applicant Pool—2007 Cycle 7 Report . Savannah, GA: CASPA Advisory Committee, Physician Assistant Education Association. Education "Education" Morton Rias, D., & Hammond, J. Physician Assistant: A Guide to Clinical Practice 2008 Morton Rias, D., & Hammond, J. (2008). Education. In R. M. Ballweg, E. M. Sullivan, D. Brown, & D. Vetroskly (Eds.), Physician Assistant: A Guide to Clinical Practice (4th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier/ Saunders. Education "Physician Assistant Medical Practice in the Health Care Workforce: A Retrospective Study of Medical Malpractice and Safety Comparing Physician Assistants to Physicians and Advanced Practice Nurses [unpublished dissertation]" Nicholson, J. G.

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