From the Blogs: PAs' Role in Practice Growth, Medical Care a Trap? — Physician’s First Watch

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January 25, 2016

From the Blogs: PAs' Role in Practice Growth, Medical Care a Trap?

By the Editors

Here's a quick look at what the NEJM Journal Watch bloggers are talking about right now:

In Practice: Physician assistant Bianca Belcher outlines four ways outpatient PAs can contribute to practice growth. Take a look, then offer your own suggestions for new graduates or experienced PAs looking to get more involved in the nonclinical aspects of medicine.

Insights on Residency Training: Chief resident Andrew Ip shares a short story about a patient who was admitted to his team for less than 1 hour, but whose impact will last the rest of his career. And he asks, how can we avoid making medical care a trap for the sick or elderly?

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