Primary care physicians trying to achieve the Holy Grail — work/life balance — are exacerbating patient access problems because they’re working less than previous generations of such doctors, a new University of B.C. study shows… More
NOVEMBER 9, 2017 —
Dr. Jonathon Bellas, medical director of the master of physician assistant studies (MPAS) program at the U of M, has received a national honour: the 2017 Physician Assistant (PA) Educator Award.
The award, presented by the Canadian Physician Assistant Education Association and the Canadian Association of Physician Assistants, recognizes Bellas for his significant impact on the education of PAs in Canada. He received it in Ottawa on Oct. 28… More
The final instalment in the research series on the role of PAs, this briefing summarizes the insights generated and provides recommendations in five key areas: health human resources, funding models, regulation and data-tracking, supply and training, and evidence and understanding of impact…more.