Monthly Archives: November 2022

PA – “Provider” or Professional?

The term “provider “is a cynical corporate strategy to divide and conquer professionals and patients. We should all – across professions – insist on being called clinicians or professionals, with our own hard-earned credentials recognized. See this new essay in … Continue reading


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UW Interprofessional Primary Care Course – final reports

I want to bring you up to date with the evaluation of our Interprofessional Primary Care Course at the University of Washington.* Our final report just came out, showing long-term success in changing primary care knowledge, attitudes, and career plans … Continue reading

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