Stories and Health Tips
Treating Trauma Patients with Empathy
Since becoming a Certified PA, Kathryn Iwasaki, PA-C has practiced in psychiatry, emergency medicine and neurosurgery. The flexibility to practice in multiple specialties was one of the reasons why she chose a career as a PA.
Emergency Room Encounter Leads to a Career as a Certified PA
Archana Patel, PA-C, shares how being treated by a PA in the ER led her to want to become a PA herself.
Tackling Cultural and Racial Biases in Medicine
Takeia Horton, PA-C, MPH believes representation in medicine matters, and her education and career path reflect that.
Changing Minds, Changing Lives – A PA’s Career Journey to Fulfillment
Before she knew much about the PA profession, Alkiesha Collins, PA-C, did not think about it as a career option. In fact, she was already studying for the Medical College Admission Test in hopes of becoming a pediatrician.
Celebrate National PA Week
Each year, thousands across the country celebrate, National PA Week (October 6 – October 12), a time dedicated to recognizing the contributions that PAs make in health care every day.
Three Tips to Cope With Stress
Kristen Jardine, PA-C, explains how stress can impact our bodies and suggests a few tips on how we can cope with stress.
Is My Relationship with Food or Exercise Disordered?
Marissa Parsons, PA-C, discusses signs of eating disorders, risk factors, complications, and where to go for help.
5 Ways Intermittent Fasting Can Benefit Your Health
Ben Tanner, PA-C, shares information on intermittent fasting. Read this article for 5 ways fasting can benefit your health.
How to Maintain Healthy Skin
Jameka McElroy-Brooklyn, PA-C, shares advice and skin care tips to help you maintain healthy skin all year round.