Bridging the Gap: The Perils of Surgical Autonomy in Midlevel Practice

PAs are often lauded for their adaptability, capable of navigating between specialties and settings with relative ease. Yet, stepping into surgical roles, traditionally the purview of extensively trained physicians, is both audacious and polarizing.

By |2024-02-28T08:47:05-05:00February 28th, 2024|General|0 Comments

Lessons from The Bard: Financial Independence and Physician Autonomy

Pre-meds are not usually known for the attention they paid in English class. But as we enter an unprecedented era of 21st century medicine, rapidly consolidated and corporatized, physicians would do well to return to the classics

By |2023-10-04T21:05:06-04:00September 29th, 2023|General|0 Comments

Between the Lines of Care: The Debate on Nurse Practitioners’ Independent Practice and its Implications for American Healthcare

Patients depend on physicians' expertise when they are sick or injured. However, over the past 10-15 years, there has been a trend towards emergency department staffing with nurse practitioners and physician assistants (NPs and PAs).

By |2023-08-07T18:59:16-04:00August 7th, 2023|General|0 Comments
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