Professionalism in physician assistant education a modified delphi study poetzsch b journal of the american academy of pas june 2008 volume 21 issue 6 p education gallery educational research buy author information authors albany medical college albany new york . Professionalism in physician assistant education a modified delphi study poetzsch b aapa american academy of physician assistants annual meeting san antonio tx 1 1 2008 lectures pa faculty as standardized patients lets think outside the box. Is professionalism important in physician assistant education susan ryan edd pa c adventist university united states abstract purpose this study was designed to demonstrate the importance of a formal professionalism curriculum in physician assistant pa education. Competencies for the physician assistant profession page 3 of 4 o apply an understanding of human behavior o demonstrate emotional resilience and stability adaptability flexibility and tolerance of ambiguity and anxiety o accurately and adequately document and record information regarding the care process for medical legal quality and financial purposes. Therefore this study implored the use of a modified delphi method to develop clinical management algorithms for patients presenting to primary secondary and tertiary healthcare settings the modified delphi method was also used to build consensus around the diagnosis and treatment of patients with rotator cuff pathology
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