4 edition of Patients" acceptance of physician"s assistants in Air Force primary medicine clinics found in the catalog.
Patients" acceptance of physician"s assistants in Air Force primary medicine clinics
|Statement||David Maxwell Jolly.|
|Contributions||United States. Air Force., Rand Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||UG983 .J64 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||80021806|
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Get this from a library. Patients' acceptance of physician's assistants in Air Force primary medicine clinics: a Project Air Force report prepared for the United States Air Force. [David Maxwell-Jolly; United States. Air Force.; Rand Corporation.].
The Paperback of the Patients' Acceptance of Physician's Assistants in Air Force Primary Medicine Clinics: A Project Air Force Report Prepared for the B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: David Maxwell-Jolly.
Analyzes the reaction of patient populations to the reorganization of primary medicine clinics at four Air Force hospitals.
Called the "panel system," the reorganization relied on large numbers of physician extenders (PEs) — physician's assistants (PAs) and primary care nurse practitioners — practicing in teams consisting of two or three PEs and supervising physician.
Patients' Acceptance of Physician's Assistants in Air Force Primary Medicine Clinics Author: David Maxwell-Jolly Subject: Analyzes the reaction of patient populations to the reorganization of primary medicine clinics at four Air Force hospitals.
One important question is the extent to which patients will accept such medical services from these new types of practitioners. This study investigates patient acceptance of Physician Assistants.
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Sekscenski ES, Sanson S, Bazell C, et al. State practice environments and the supply of physician assistants, nurse practitioners and certiﬁ ed nurse-midwives. New Eng J Med ; 8. Jolly DM. Patients’ Acceptance of Physician’s Assistants in Air Force Primary Medicine Clinics. Patients acceptance of physicians assistants in Air Force primary medicine clinics book Monica.
RAND Corporation. Sekscenski ES, Sanson S, Bazell C, et Patients acceptance of physicians assistants in Air Force primary medicine clinics book. State practice environments and the supply of physician assistants, nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives.
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Read more about Stephen. An investigation of patient acceptance of physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs). Shortfalls in physician manning have led the Air Force to experiment with physician extenders such as PAs and NPs.
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The Direct Commission Physician Assistant (DCPA) program is an opportunity for trained Physician Assistants to serve their country in the United States Coast Guard within their specialty. Active Duty physician assistants primarily work at CG clinics. This study evaluates the quality of care of physician's extenders (PEs: 23 physician's assistants, 7 primary care nurse practitioners) in Air Force primary medicine clinics.
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Jolly DM. Patients’ Acceptance of Physician’s Assistants in Air Force Primary Medicine Clinics. Santa Monica. RAND Corporation. Sekscenski ES, Sanson S, Bazell C, et al. State practice environments and the supply of physician assistants, nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives.
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