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ATSU-CGHS adjunct professor named to journal editorial board

June 30, 2020
Posted In: ATSU Schools, CGHS, Faculty & Staff Headlines, Physician Assistant, University Headlines

Michael Halasy, DHSc, MS, PA-C, adjunct professor, A.T. Still University-College of Graduate Health Studies (ATSU-CGHS), has been named to the Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovation, Quality, and Outcomes (MCP:IQ&O) journal editorial board.

MCP:IQ&O is an online only, open-access journal, that publishes original research, reviews, commentaries, editorials, and other materials that focus on clinical innovations, quality improvement, and optimal outcomes in medicine and surgery. A dedicated, engaged editorial board ensures the highest standards of validity and relevance within its published content through rigorous peer review.

One of Dr. Halasy’s recent publications, “Burnout and satisfaction with work-life integration among PAs relative to other workers,” was featured within the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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