Teamwork, Harmony, and Remembering to Take It “One Patient at a Time” Boston University School of Medicine conferred 32 students with Master of Science degrees on Thursday, Aug. 17, as part of its second class of Physician Assistants. Founding Program Director Mary L. Warner, MMSc, PA-C opened the commencement exercises in the 670 Albany St. […]
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Faculty, students and staff gathered in the Alumni Medical Library this afternoon for the opening of the National Library of Medicine’s “Physician Assistants: Collaboration and Care,” a traveling banner exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Physician Assistant profession. Mary Warner, MMSc, founding program director for the PA program, was joined by BUMC Provost and […]
Please join us in congratulating the Class of 2016 on their enormous accomplishment of paving the way for the BUSM PA Program! Highlights include the commencement address by the first PA to be the CEO/President of the NCCPA Dr. Dawn Morton-Rias and student honorees Flora Traub, Sarah Grzybinski and Aline Souza. Our BUSM Flicker page: […]
BU PA Program Student Society Honors Physician Assistant Pioneer Carl M. Toney: An inspiration to all
By: Cole Turno August 5, 2014 Boston, MA – The Boston University Physician Assistant Program’s inaugural class paid tribute to PA pioneer Carl Toney by naming the student society in his honor at the white coat ceremony in July. The student society will henceforth be referred to as the Carl Toney Society. Mr. Toney was […]
“The Physician Assistant Will See You Now” The Boston University PA Program was one of the schools mentioned in a recent New York Times Education Life article, and featured one of our current students. You can access the article here.