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Certified PAs are interwoven into the fabric of today’s healthcare system. Wherever medicine is practiced you can find Certified PAs who keep patients healthy and change lives. Their contributions are significant and newsworthy. Read what people are writing about Certified PAs.

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How Your RA Body Feels on Biologics.

Here's what to expect when you start biologics for RA — straight from people who take them and some medical experts, too.

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Supporting ImageJ. Michael Smith, DHSc, MPAS, PA-C, discusses how PAs in psychiatry can help meet America's mental health needsMD EdgePhysician assistants in psychiatry: Helping to meet America’s mental health needs
Supporting ImageBrian Horgan, PA-C, provides insight into the effects of biologics for patients with RAHealth CentralHow Your RA Body Feels on Biologics
Supporting ImageRead how "Certified PAs Can Help Fight Child/Adolescent Obesity" by Justin Latino, PA-CPhysicians Practice Certified PAs Can Help Fight Child/Adolescent Obesity
Supporting ImageRead why "Being a Patient Makes Us Better Providers" by Sarah Cawley, PA-CPhysicians PracticeBeing a Patient Makes Us Better Providers
Supporting ImageRead the LinkedIn article by NCCPA Board Members Beverly Black and Zeno Cyr.LinkedInThe Role of Public Board Members in Health Care Delivery
Supporting ImageRead about "PAs in Specialty Practice An Analysis of Need, Growth and Future"NCCPAPAs in Specialty Practice
Supporting ImageRead Nelae Keene's blog "Help patients beat the “holiday blues”.Physicians PracticeHelp patients beat the holiday blues
Supporting ImageKendra Clark, PA-C talks about "How to improve interactions with special needs patients"Physicians PracticeHow to Improve Interactions with Special Needs Patients
Supporting ImageRead Certified PA-Cs Integral to Expansion of Palliative Medicine from NCCPA CEO Dawn Morton-RiasProvider MagazineCertified PAs Integral to Expansion of Palliative Medicine
Supporting ImageRead Alkiesha Collins' blog "An all hands on deck approach to treating CKD patients"Physicians PracticeAn all hands on deck approach to treating CKD patients
Supporting ImageRead "Why I Dance with My Patients" by Tony Adkins, PA-CMedpage TodayWhy I Dance with My Patients