Advocating for physician assistants isn’t just something that’s done in the United States. The profession has also gained significant ground globally. Earlier in his career, Zachary Hartsell, MPAS, PA-C, wanted to give back to the profession and decided he would spread the word about the value of PAs to other countries. To read the full article: "Improving
Karyn Thornton, PA-C, fell in love with Montana during a teenage camping trip and knew she would eventually live there. She practices there today, and because she works in such a rural area... To read the full article: "Serving the Underserved in Rural America"
In healthcare organizations, woman leaders are underrepresented at the C-suite and director levels. In today's post, Cyndy shares leadership lessons from both her professional involvement and her clinical practice. Read the full blog at - http://www.cepamerica.com/news-resources/perspectives-on-the-acute-care-continuum/june-2016/women-transforming-healthcare-one-leader-s-story
Josh Beardsley, a PA in neurosurgery, discusses the value of staying involved in the PA and neurosurgery communities.
The rise of robotic surgery systems has been meteoric. In 2000, roughly a thousand robotic surgeries were performed worldwide. That number is now in the millions. As this field has grown, so has the number of PAs first assisting in the operating room and using high-tech tools, like Intuitive Surgical