The award reflects an institutional commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
In this program update, Dr. Spackman reflects on the importance of connectivity as a new academic year begins.
The journal receives submissions from physician assistant programs and their analogues from across the world.
The Masters of Education program trains those with a clinical degree in educational theory and practice.
Kenzi Bartz will learn from professional physician assistant advocates as part of the fellowship.
The Physician Assistant Program has a rich history of providing quality care in Utah's underserved communities
The Physician Assistant Program has a rich history of providing quality care in Utah's underserved communities.
The HRSA grant prepares PA students to provide needed medical support for underserved urban and rural areas.
Rolls's article on transgender health education won one of the highest professional honors in physician assistant research.
To win the award, Dr. Duncan showed integrity and dedication to emergency medicine.
The cohort is the most diverse in UPAP history, and among all the incoming 2021 School of Medicine cohorts.
The outreach was a small part of Toruno's volunteer and clinical rotation work to help rural Utahns.
Read PAEA's exclusive interview of UPAP professor Darin Ryujin and his fight for justice and equity in healthcare and education.
Researchers in the UPAP share the successes of their diversity efforts with the Family Medicine journal.
Coombs joins many members of our department who have generously donated time and expertise during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UPAP continues its commitments to provide care to rural areas in Utah during the pandemic.
The design was inspired by Bradshaw's desire to help his family members keep track of their insulin.
There is much to look forward to in the upcoming months, writes UPAP Program Director Jared Spackman, MPAS, PA-C.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) provided the UPAP program a grant to train the students in issues of underserved and rural health administration.
The video addresses the importance of vaccination and encourages community members to schedule their injections.
The clinic is run by UPAP alumna Revina Talker, who has been diligent in providing COVID care to her community.
Donors included faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Selected students will focus on primary care in rural or underserved urban areas.
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