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Why Black men are dying to be successful
Why Black men are dying to be successful
FigureGrowing up, I recall seeing my mother struggle to provide for our family. She would rush home from an overnight shif...
Which patients with COPD need an inhaled corticosteroid?
Which patients with COPD need an inhaled corticosteroid?
Inhaled bronchodilators are recommended to treat patients with any category of chronic obstructive p
Blunt cardiac injury in the hemodynamically stable patient
Blunt cardiac injury in the hemodynamically stable patient
Blunt cardiac injury (BCI) describes a spectrum of problems including severe, potentially life-threa
A heads up
A heads up
Figure“I'm not sure he's had a concussion,” the nurse says, handing me the boy's chart. “He fell off his bike, but he didn...
What is causing this young athlete's wrist pain?
What is causing this young athlete's wrist pain?
At the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Md., Haley Jacobs practices in pediatric orthopedics at the University ...
Good grief
Good grief
Why, after wounding this heart, have You not healed it? And why after stealing it, have You thus abandoned it, and not car...
Unilateral periocular spasm
Unilateral periocular spasm
Hemifacial spasm is an uncontrollable, recurrent facial muscular contraction that typically occurs o
South Africa celebrates 15 years of clinical associates
South Africa celebrates 15 years of clinical associates
Clinical associates (ClinAs) in South Africa are modeled after physician associates in the United St
The weapons of mass destruction-civil support team PA
The weapons of mass destruction-civil support team PA
The weapons of mass destruction-civil support team (WMD-CST) physician associate/assistant (PA) is a
Shifting models of team care delivery
Shifting models of team care delivery
FigurePhysician associates/assistants (PAs) have been trending away from primary care practice over the past 25 years. The...
PAs in the cancer care continuum
PAs in the cancer care continuum
FigureFigureThe National Cancer Institute (NCI) Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results data estimate that nearly 1.96...
Can biomarkers help identify sepsis in adults?
Can biomarkers help identify sepsis in adults?
Sepsis is increasing in incidence in the United States and is one of the most common causes of death
Overcoming barriers to recognizing and reporting child abuse
Overcoming barriers to recognizing and reporting child abuse
Infants and children under age 3 years have the highest risk of dying from child abuse and neglect.
Acute myeloid leukemia: Current understanding and management
Acute myeloid leukemia: Current understanding and management
Although relatively rare, acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is the most common type of acute leukemia in
Identifying victims of labor trafficking
Identifying victims of labor trafficking
Globally, more than 40 million people are victims of human trafficking, exploited as a black-market
A young dancer with hand pain and tremors
A young dancer with hand pain and tremors
Brittney Hulsey is an assistant professor at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Ariz., and practices at Village Medical...
Mama called the PA
Mama called the PA
The lyrics of a popular children's song waft with crescendo through the clinic hallway. Midchorus, a mother appears with a...
Outside the lines
Outside the lines
FigureFigureRachel is my age, 45, and I wonder in what ways I'll connect with her, if at all. She sits in the middle of an...
Peritonsillar abscess
Peritonsillar abscess
In the PA program at Midwestern University in Glendale, Ariz., Deborah L. Black is an associate professor and clini...
An unrelenting rash
An unrelenting rash
Rachelle Flinn is assistant medical director at People's Health Clinic in Park City, Utah, and an adjunct faculty m...