Several Sessions in February Will Address Solutions to Opioid Addiction A series of webinars on the topic of “Opioid Epidemic: What Can We Do Differently?” will be offered in February by the Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center in collaboration with the
DE Physician Assistant, Daniella Benson discusses Melanoma and Skin Cancer identification and prevention on local Delaware Radio station. Daniella works for Premier Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery. She is also an active member of the Delaware Academy of Physician Assistants. To
The People to People Ambassador Citizen Program is organizing a delegation of physician assistants to travel to Australia. Australia has developed their first physician assistant programs and graduated their first classes over the past several years. We are hoping by
Lt. Col. Barry Orbinati says he is lucky to be alive thanks to the heroic work of a physician’s assistant who tended to him at the emergency room last year. Orbinati, a 53-year-old stationed near New Castle with the Delaware
DOVER (April 30, 2015) – The Division of Public Health’s Screening for Life Program will now cover lung cancer screenings for Delawareans who qualify for the Screening for Life Program. The Screening for Life Program covers breast, cervical, colorectal, and prostate cancer screenings
Congratulations to Tallie Miller PA-C and Carol Abboud PA-C, winners of free registration to Pharmacology 2015! Join them as well as fellow DAPA members on Saturday April 25th to get updated on topics such as Hepatitis C and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
November 9, 2014 AAPA President John McGinnity, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA, appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal on Saturday, Nov. 8, to talk about the valuable roles PAs play in today’s healthcare system. He explained to patients and viewers how PAs are educated