for Physician Assistant Programs with Enflux
Accreditation is a crucial process for Physician Assistant (PA) programs, as it ensures that these programs meet the standards set by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA programs must demonstrate compliance with these standards, which includes ongoing self-assessment.
In this webinar, we will delve into the importance of continuous self-assessment in the accreditation process and how Enflux can help educators in PA programs streamline this process. We will explore how Enflux’s data collection, analysis, and reporting capabilities can help PA programs meet the expectations of the ARC-PA and make self-assessment a more efficient and effective process.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
-Understand why ongoing self-assessment is critical in the accreditation process for Physician Assistant programs.
-Identify the four key elements of analysis required by the ARC-PA.
-Explore how to leverage educational technology for ongoing self-assessment.
-Discuss how Enflux can help educators in Physician Assistant programs prepare for accreditation.
The PANCE® Dashboard quickly finds national comparisons, trends in performance, topical area levels, and student performance for the Physician Assistant Exam.
Chief Executive Officer | Enflux
The leading subject matter expert leading the commercialization of the company’s academic intelligence platform. Prior to Enflux, Alejandra worked in Academic Assessment at the University of the Incarnate Word, where she became a recognized leader in accreditation & assessment.
Program Director, Associate Professor | Wingate University, Department of Physician Assistant Studies
Dr. Weil is a respected thought leader in his field, and his contributions have been instrumental in the success of Wingate’s PA program, which boasts an impressive first-time pass rate on the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam that averages 98 percent over the past five years, above the national average. With a passion for active learning, David emphasizes the importance of engaging students in the classroom to encourage more profound knowledge and enhance lifelong self-directed learning skills.
Associate Program Director | Wingate University, Department of Physician Assistant Studies
Rebecca Boeschel is an experienced Associate Professor with a proven track record in undergraduate and graduate health sciences education. As a certified PA professional, Rebecca brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to her role, including expertise in curriculum design and assessment, clinical research, learning platforms, pathophysiology, ethics, genomics, quality improvement initiatives, and interprofessional education. With her diverse background, Rebecca is committed to delivering high-quality education to her students and promoting excellence in the field of health sciences.