Article of the Year Award



This award recognizes a single, peer-reviewed publication, authored by a PA educator, relating to the training and educational direction of future generations of PAs.

Please note: Members of the Editorial Advisory Board and feature editors for the Journal of Physician Assistant Education are not eligible.

CRITERIA

  • Impact on the PA profession, which may include global applications
  • Implications for PA education, which may include interdisciplinary training and education of the PA student, admissions processes, or workforce concerns
  • Contribution of new knowledge to PA education
  • Potential applicability beyond the PA profession

REQUIREMENTS AND MATERIALS

RECENT ARTICLE

  • Article must be published within the last two years

COPY OF ARTICLE

  • Submit a copy of the nominated article

NOMINATION LETTER

  • A nomination letter must describe and elaborate in detail upon how the award criteria were met.
NOMINATE NOW

RECOGNITION

The principal author of the article will receive:

  • Complimentary 2017 PAEA Education Forum registration
  • Crystal award
  • Check for $500
  • Recognition at the Education Forum Award Ceremony

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS

  • 2016 – “Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Physicians in Community Health Centers, 2006–2010,” Perri Morgan; Christine Everett; Esther Hing
  • 2015 – “Development and Initial Validation of a Measure of Intention to Stay in Academia for Physician Assistant Faculty,” Karen Graham; Svetlana Beltyukova
  • 2014 – “Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners Perform Effective Roles on Teams Caring for Medicare Patients with Diabetes,” Christine Everett; Carolyn Thorpe; Mari Palta; Pascale Carayon; Christie Bartels; Maureen Smith
  • 2013 – “Physician Assistants and Their Intent to Retire,” Jennifer Coombs; Roderick Hooker; Kim Brunisholz
  • 2012 – “The Effect of Early Geriatric Exposure upon Career Development and Subspecialty Selection Among Physician Assistant Students,” Lori Swanchak
  • 2011 – “Physician Assistants—One Less Doctor(ate) in the House,” Bettie Coplan; James Meyer