On December 3, 2022, PA Studies held their annual White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2022 (short coat). Students and faculty gathered in Memorial Hall to celebrate the ending of their didactic year and the beginning of their clinical year. During the ceremony graduate students, Katelyn Dykhuis ’23 and Spencer Scobie-Gilpin ’23 were announced
Chapman University PA Assistant Professor, Jennifer Cates was recognized last month, on her professional achievement, by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). She has been awarded the prestigious recognition of Distinguished Fellow by the AAPA. This means she has demonstrated outstanding dedication to the PA profession in at least three of the following areas:
Chapman University’s MMS Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program graduated its very first class in December of 2018. There were many academic stars in the program but Katie Cornella was a true stand-out. We recently interviewed Katie about her experience in the program. Here is what she had to say. Q. What was your educational background
In January 2017 Chapman University admitted its first cohort of twenty five students into the Master of Medical Science Physician Assistant (PA) program. Since January these twenty five students have been immersed in an intensive academic curriculum. Even so, many students dedicated extra time to participate in community outreach and in promoting the PA program.
Today’s healthcare is provided by teams of Interprofessional healthcare providers. To prepare graduate students in pharmacy, physical therapy, communication sciences and disorders and physician assistant studies to work in collaborative teams, Crean College and the School of Pharmacy provide students with several experiences each year to work as collaborative teams. The most recent IPE event