News and Announcements
Read the latest news from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Program and learn more about our faculty’s latest achievements, awards and honors.
Northwestern University Physician Assistant Program students and faculty advisors partnered with the NCCPA Health Foundation and the “Children Teaching Children” program to teach an oral health education program to teen mentors, who in turn led educational sessions for elementary school students.
Second-year physician assistant students showcased reviews of clinical literature at the annual Physician Assistant Program’s capstone presentations, the finale to their second and final year of Feinberg education.
More than 500 alumni and guests, including graduates of the Northwestern PA Program, gathered at Alumni Weekend to reminisce about their time at Northwestern, catch up with former classmates and learn about the latest developments at the medical school.
Courtney Browne, PAS-2, attended Illinois Academy Physician Assistant (IAPA) Lobby Day, where she wrote about her visit to the capital for the IAPA Insider newsletter.
Feinberg’s Physician Assistant (PA) program took part in National PA Week October 6 through 12, an annual celebration recognizing PAs’ contributions to patient care and raising awareness of the profession.
Medical, nursing, physician assistant and physical therapy students teamed up during a recent interactive training session.
Three Northwestern Medicine hospitals have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its 2017-18 Best Hospitals rankings.
On Saturday, May 13, the 29 members of the Physician Assistant (PA) Program’s Class of 2017 filed into Thorne Auditorium with family and friends to receive their Master of Medical Science degrees.
While exceptional teaching takes place every day at the medical school, Feinberg’s annual Medical Education Day conference gives students, faculty and staff a chance to pause and specifically recognize those efforts in a gathering dedicated to the celebration and advancement of medical education.