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November 7, 2013 at 4:31 pm

Physician Assistant Faculty Present at PAEA Conference

This year, the annual Physician Assistant Education Association National Conference was held on Oct. 18 in Memphis, Tenn. Several members of Arcadia University’s Physician Assistant program presented at the event.

Diana Noller and Joseph Zaweski, assistant professors in the physician assistant program, presented “The Flipped Classroom: A reasonable approach to PA education,” with colleagues Mary Laxton, Daniel Pavlick, and Donna Agnew facilitating the discussion.

Noller also paired up with Assistant Professor Michael Huber to present “The Integration of Medicine and Physical Diagnosis Course Content Utilizing Small Group Learning and Instructional Technology in First Year PA Curriculum” at the conference.

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