The Healing Power of Art: How a Certified PA in California Empowers Patients, Providers and Learners
The “art of medicine” is a term that many people are familiar with, typically used to describe the skillful way a health care provider applies medicine to a patient’s care. But for California-based Certified PA Katayoun Moini, this common phrase takes on a more literal meaning.
Certified PA Kathryn Reed discussed why diversity in the PA profession is important during this PA Week interview with NBC LX.
As one of only eight Certified Physician Assistants practicing in New Zealand, Shelly Collins works to close critical health care gaps plaguing the country’s Māori population, all while paving the way for other Certified PAs.
Katherine GeeBah Footracer, an NCCPA-certified physician assistant in Los Angeles, who is also Navajo, chose to use her expertise to help her own community.
COVID-19 Has Increased Anxiety and Depression in Pregnant and Postpartum Women, According to an Ob-Gyn Physician Assistant
The pandemic has been difficult for everyone—but for pregnant women and those adding to their growing families, COVID-19 has only exacerbated some of the struggles that can accompany bringing a baby into this world, specifically those surrounding mental health.
COVID-19 has applied a type of pressure on the U.S. this year that none of us have experienced in our lifetimes. Like every other segment of health care professionals, Certified Physician Assistants have been put to the test during 2020.
People talk about the practice of medicine as a science and as an art. I consider the practice of medicine to also be an act of love.