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The podcast for the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants

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The podcast for the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants

    November 2021

    November 2021

    Hello everyone! For this month's podcast we review CME articles on management for patients who have experienced trauma and colorectal screening guidelines. We also discuss articles on Breast mastitis and abscess and the economics of being a PA, written by our beloved editor-in-chief, Richard Dehn. We hope you enjoy; and stay tuned for next month as we have a special treat for our listeners!
    By the way... are you following JAAPA on social media? Their Instagram handle is @jaapaonline. Let us know your thoughts on the topics we discussed in the comments section, under the articles we reviewed.
    JAAPA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaapaonline/
    Thanks for listening!

    • 44 min
    October 2021

    October 2021

    Happy PA week and Hispanic Heritage month! For this month's podcast we review CME articles on HCOM and PCOS; and discuss articles on PA doctoral degree curriculum and provider empathy. We hope you enjoy!
    By the way... are you following JAAPA on social media? Our Instagram handle is @jaapaonline. Let us know your thoughts on the articles we reviewed in the comments section under October's posts.
    JAAPA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaapaonline/
    Thanks for listening!

    • 38 min
    September 2021

    September 2021

    In this month's podcast my co-host, Brandon Cherry, PA-C and I had the pleasure of interviewing our former classmate and author of this month's CME article, ICU survivorship: What PAs need to know, Nicolette LaRosa, MHS, PA-C. We also had a quick refresher on cervical cancer screening as we reviewed the CME article, Cervical cancer screening guidelines: An update. Enjoy!!
    Here is the article our guest Nicolette was referring to during our discussion:
    Darbyshire JL, Greig PR, Vollam S, et al. “I can remember sort of vivid people...but to me they were plasticine.” Delusions on the intensive care unit: what do patients think is going on? PLoS One. 2016;11(4):e0153775. 
    By the way... are you following JAAPA on social media? Their Instagram handle is @jaapaonline. Let us know your thoughts on the topics we discussed in the comments section, under the articles we reviewed. 
    JAAPA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaapaonline/
    Thanks for listening! 

    • 53 min
    August 2021

    August 2021

    In this podcast my co-host, Brandon Cherry, PA-C and I review CME articles from August's JAAPA edition on managing Hymenoptera venom allergy and navigating the challenges of diagnosing bipolar disorder in youth. We also discuss articles on modernizing the PA workforce and utilizing APCs to their full scope of practice, as well as challenges during and after the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on public health. 
    By the way... are you following JAAPA on social media? Their Instagram handle is @jaapaonline. Let us know your thoughts on the articles we reviewed in the comments section under the articles we reviewed.
    Thanks for listening!
    JAAPA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaapaonline/

    • 35 min
    June - July 2021: Preoperative Assessment for Non-cardiac Surgery and Narcolepsy + Unconscious Bias and How it Leads to Racial Inequities in Medicine

    June - July 2021: Preoperative Assessment for Non-cardiac Surgery and Narcolepsy + Unconscious Bias and How it Leads to Racial Inequities in Medicine

    In this podcast, myself, Lena Ward, PA-C and my co-host, Brandon Cherry, PA-C review CME articles from July's JAAPA edition on the Preoperative Assessment for Non-cardiac Surgery and Narcolepsy. While from June’s edition we will be reviewing articles on unconscious bias and how it leads to racial inequities in medicine, as well as creating diversity within the PA programs during the admissions process. Happy Summer!

    • 44 min
    May 2021: Rheumatoid Arthritis, High-Risk Breast Lesions, Paraesophageal Hernia, and the Working Relationship between PAs and Residents.

    May 2021: Rheumatoid Arthritis, High-Risk Breast Lesions, Paraesophageal Hernia, and the Working Relationship between PAs and Residents.

    In this month's JAAPA Podcast, myself, Lena Ward, PA-C and my cohost, Brandon Cherry, review CME articles on managing Rheumatoid Arthritis and high-risk breast lesions. We then go over a case report on paraesophageal hernia in a pediatric patient; and to round things out we have an interesting discussion as we discuss the relationship between midlevel providers and residents. Hope you enjoy!

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

cmurrill ,

Great Synopsis of Topics

The hosts provide great review of the articles. I enjoyed the past host and feel the new hosts are doing a great job. Keep up the good work!

lushinelu ,

Motivates me to do my CME test each month!

Thanks this is very helpful and gets me to find and open my JAAPA, and make the most of the substantive CME there!

geoffjNC ,

One of the best!

I’m a huge fan of podcasts and have tried to keep abreast of PA podcasts as they arrive on the scene. This past year of listening to the JAAPA Podcast solidifies it’s spot in my mind as one of the best. The hosts are articulate, succinct, and easy to listen to on a run, in the kitchen, or on the road. I’m starting PA school in two weeks (!!) and hope to someday have written an article they discuss, be a contributor on air myself, or both! Thanks for all the hard work - it doesn’t go unnoticed.

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