The following Physician Assistant (PA) Department faculty contributed chapters to the JAPPA QRS Review Book for PAs: Julie Kinzel, MEd, interim department chair, program director and associate clinical professor, Robert O'Brien, MHS, Ryan Clancy, MHS, assistant clinical professor and co-director of Clinical Education, Adrian Banning, DHSc, associate clinical professor, Catherine Nowak, MS, associate clinical professor and associate program director, Ann Madden, MHS, director of Clinical Education and associate clinical professor, Daniela Livingston, MD, assistant clinical professor.
This innovative study guide will boost physician assistants' testing knowledge and confidence, resulting in positive results on the PANCE and PANRE. The JAAPA Quick Recertification Series (QRS) format provides user-friendly QRS articles, quality content written by leading clinicians and PA faculty, and board-style, pre-test/post-test questions that assess and reinforce understanding and retention.
The chapters were written by PAs for PAs, with the latest clinical content on preventive medicine, identification and treatment of illness, and diagnostic testing for all certification/recertification exams, using the latest NCCPA content blueprints. The book also includes a proven method for exam preparation and test taking to maximize success and minimize test-related stress. This comprehensive study guide and proven technique offers an efficient approach to exam preparation, preparedness self-assessment, and target learning, making it an essential resource for achieving success.