A paper co-authored by Chris Everett, Ph.D, MPH, PA-C, and Perri Morgan, Ph.D., PA-C, won Article of the Year at the PAEA Education Forum in Washington, D.C., on October 10. The article, "Intermediate Diabetes Outcomes in Patients Managed by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, or Physician Assistants: A Cohort Study," was published in Annals of Internal Medicine in December of 2018 (e-published in November of 2018). George Jackson, Ph.D., MHA, in the Duke Department of Population Health Sciences, was the first author.
Duke-UCSF research shows more jobs available for physician assistants in specialty practice than primary care
More jobs are available for physician assistants (PAs) in specialty practice than in primary care, according to Duke-UCSF research published this month in the journalMedical Care Research and Review.
Duke Researchers Find Lower Annual Costs for Primary Care Patients of PAs and NPs Compared to Physicians
Published June 13, 2019, AAPA News Central