Physician assistants: statistics and trends, 1991-1996
American Academy of Physician Assistants, 1997 - Medical - 76 pages
Presents statistical profile of the phsician assistant profession. Contains historical data on the size and growth of the PA profession and cross sectional data on PAs.
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List of Figures
Table 43 Race for Clinically Practicing AAPA Members Responding to Annual Census
Figure 51 Percent Distribution of Clinical Practice Status for 1996 AAPA Physician
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