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51U0B577S+L._SX389_BO1,204,203,200_Kudos to Albert Simon, DHSc, MEd, PA-C, program chair and director, and Bob McMullen, EdD, PA-C, director of assessment, technology and research, ATSU-ASHS Physician Assistant studies, who were two of three authors of the 2016 7th edition of the LANGE Q&A Physician Assistant Examination text.

As well, ATSU-ASHS faculty members Dean Randy Danielsen, Cody Black, Linda MacConnell, Ian McLeod, Phil Merrill, Ray Pavlick, and adjunct faculty James Cawley, Daniel Cervonka, CJ Chun, and Scott Lightfoot contributed chapters.

Great work by all!


ATSU-vert-blue-block-300x298Did you know that the A.T. Still Memorial Library has a clinical library app designed to provide easy access to the library’s resources? The app contains point-of-care resources in four areas – audiology, dental, medical and rehabilitation. Each includes UpToDate and DynaMed for background information on confounding diseases, drug information, basic diagnostic and therapeutic books, and review books on procedures.

“The ATSU Library clinical app will assist students in obtaining the evidence and resources needed during their clinical rotations,” said Mike Kronenfeld, university librarian and director, ATSMLib Arizona campus. Users can select from the best and most relevant point-of-care and evidence-based databases.

As well, students and faculty can also search the library’s all-in-one search tool, Browzine, to do a comprehensive search across all the library’s resources. “We’ve invested in the latest mobile solution for students and faculty, says Kronenfeld.

The ATSU Memorial Library also offers access to The Chronicle of Higher Education. Sign up for the Chronicle newsletter by clicking on the “News” tab on the Chronicle website and signing up for the Academe Today newsletter for daily updates.

“You can use the RSS feeds on the sitemap to keep your RSS feed current with the latest articles in faculty or administration news, global higher ed, or any of the Chronicles blogs,” said Kronenfeld.

Dean Danielsen, Gerry Keenan, and Ian McLeod

Dean Danielsen, Gerry Keenan, and Ian McLeod

ATSU’s physician assistant (PA) faculty presented educational sessions at the Arizona State Association of Physician Assistants (ASAPA) Annual fall meeting in Tuscon, Ariz., Oct. 9-10, 2015. The following presentations were made by PA faculty and ATSU-ASHS Dean Randy Danielsen.

Gerry Keenan, MMS, PA-C: Community emergency preparedness for PAs

Randy Danielsen, PhD, PA-C: Medical malpractice & the PA

Ian McLeod,MS,AT, PA-C: Differentiating common from uncommon ped joint pain

Dr. Danielsen is a past president of ASAPA , Keenan serves on the current ASAPA Board as a director-at- large, and McLeod is a board consultant and active association committee member.

CGHS vert blockDr. Richard Suminski received a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to study ways to increase support for physical activity in low-income, minority children. He was awarded a $453,000 two-year grant.
Dr. Suminski has been on the faculty of ATSU’s College of Graduate Health Studies Master of Public Health program for almost two years. Dr. Suminski’s focus is research and epidemiology.
Dr. Ngan presents a certificate of appreciation to Dr. Park.

Dr. Ngan presents a certificate of appreciation to Dr. Park.

Jae Hyun Park, DMD, MSD, MS, PhD, professor and chair, postgraduate orthodontic program at A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-ASDOH), was invited as a speaker for West Virginia University’s School of Dentistry (WVUSD) Department of Orthodontics on Sept. 18 and provided a six-hour CE lecture.  After his lecture, Applications of TADs and CBCT in challenging cases, Dr. Peter Ngan, professor and chairman of WVUSD’s orthodontic department, presented Dr. Park with a certificate of appreciation.

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