Is your PA curriculum up to date with the latest technology, patient engagement, and training?

According to our recent surveys, today’s PAs say they would have benefitted from more training in areas from clinical to technological, administrative to patient engagement, and self-care. Most recently they told us they wished they had more training on communication with patients and evaluating their mental health. It’s becoming more important to ask the right questions to provide the necessary patient care.

Teach your PA students what and how to ask patients the right questions.

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New videos on Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination®
Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination® now has 30 videos that focus on communication and interpersonal skills. Topics include active and attentive listening, disclosing serious news, rapport with LGBTQ adults, and more.

Equip your students with more tools they need to succeed in the classroom and beyond

For more than 100 years, Lippincott® has provided resources that educate and train healthcare students and clinicians. Created with PA students in mind, these digital solutions provide key foundational learning specific to PA programs as well as clinical skills training designed to set students up for success in clinical practice.

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Why choose Lippincott teaching and learning solutions for your PA program?

Lippincott® teaching and learning solutions allow for seamless integration of content and technology tools so you can do your research, training, curriculum planning, and clinical workflows efficiently.

  • Connects easily to your LMS
  • Institutional logins that make it easy for administrators to support all users
  • Award-winning, 24/7 customer service and support in over a dozen languages

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Want more insights on what training PA students need?

Read through our FREE PA educator resources including a list of the top 9 training resources and tools PAs told us they need to face the rigors of practice, plus tips to help your students assess the mental health of their patients.

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