By 2020, the report projects a shortage of six to 22 physician assistants
and a shortage of 20 to 49 nurse practitioners.
Alaska ranks first, with about 69 physician assistants
per 100,000 residents, and Mississippi ranks last, with just 4.
6) News and events (2012) Physician assistants
to work in primary health.
He also works per diem as a physician assistant
at Child Health Associates in Auburn, St.
Caption: Physician Assistant
WO Stewart Russelle of 1 Canadian Field Hospital asks a question during a medical training session at Connaught Ranges in Ottawa, Ontario, in May 2011.
The early history of the professions of physician assistant
and dental hygienist within the USPHS was collected during personal interviews with the creators of the commissioning process for that profession.
Attempts are being made to get recognition from Indian Medical Council for Physician Assistants
Program run by us and other Institutions.
Birmingham programme leader Professor Jim Parle said: "It's fantastic to see our first cohort of students graduating as fully qualified Physician Assistants
, and even more fantastic that so many of them have already found jobs.
Stevens is the lead physician assistant
(PA) for the Ochsner Health System, the chairman of the Governor's PA Advisory Committee to the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners, and a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
Government Affairs and Reimbursement Committee.
The medical care practitioner: developing a physician assistant
equivalent for the United Kingdom By Jim V.
What a physician assistant
or nurse practitioner is required to do depends considerably on the enabling statutes found in state law.
The physician assistants
, who have two years' training, will work under the supervision of GPs as part of a pilot project.