Dr. Porucznik was recently appointed as Vice Dean for Faculty. In this article, she describes her vision and motivation for faculty leadership.
The @theU article examines the impact DFPM volunteers from Family Medicine and Physician Assistant divisions have on the Ute Tribe.
The journal is widely read by Physician Assistants and their analogues across the world, and publishes important research about PA experience and education.
Dr. Draper's presentation described a wilderness-themed orientation activity for newly matriculated physician assistant students.
Faculty from across DFPM divisions were honored for achievements over the course of the pandemic.
The Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) recently featured DFPM academic advisor Mayumi Kasai's research in their newsreel.
The press release from U of U Health highlights research work done by several researchers from OEH and DFPM partner Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health
The clinic is directed by Family Medicine faculty Erika Sullivan, MD.
Vicky Nguyen, current UPAP student, was recently featured in the University of Utah Magazine.
University of Utah Health Pulse News shares the story of DFPM emeritus professor David N. Sundwall's honorary clinic in Sweden, Maine.
The two groups of PA students meet annually for a cultural and knowledge exchange.
Juarez's dedicated work has significantly contributed to the recognition of PAs in the US territory.
The fellowship includes a number of outreach activities in addition to the already demanding PA training curriculum.
DFPM's PA program was highlighted by PAEA as part of their 50th Anniversary Celebration.
The article discusses barriers underrepresented applicants might face in matriculating into PA programs in the United States.
The group of faculty and students will visit the Utah program in September 2022.
A new publication by OEH faculty Emily Ahonen describes the role of power in worker health and life quality.
The press release from the Alzheimer's Association highlights work of public health assistant professor Karen Schliep, PhD, MSPH.
The renewal means the vital services offered by AHEC will continue through 2027.
The money will go toward understanding and addressing malnourishment among older persons in Utah.
The program provides students and student advisors from HBCUs the opportunity to study with department faculty researchers.
A report on our learning abroad program recently returned from studies and service in Ghana, Africa.
The UPAP Graduation Ceremony celebrates 27 months of hard work and study.
The program helps teach residents how to approach advocating lifestyle changes to their patients.
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