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Title Rural Physician Assistants: Results from a Survey of Graduates of Medex Northwest
Author Larson, Eric H.; Hart, L. Gary; Hummel, Jeffrey
Summary This study of 295 graduates was conducted to describe the differences between physician assistants (PAs) practicing in rural settings and those practicing in urban settings. The PAs studied are graduates of MEDEX Northwest. Differences in demography, practice and community satisfaction, practice history, and practice content were explored.
Item Location Johns Creek Office
Notes "The WAMI Rural Health Research Center is supported by the Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources & Services Administration, Public Health Service. -- Grant No. HAR000017-04"

From Library of Congress Authorities: WAMI Rural Health Research Center [earlier name] became WWAMI Rural Health Research Center
Subjects Physicians' assistants--Research.
Published Date [1992]
Series Working Paper Series #17
Catalog Number PAR00167
Language English
Object Name Report
Physical Description 17 p., tables, appendices; 28 cm.
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