At a time in our lives when many of us have been more disconnected from our friends, families and colleges in a way that we have never experienced before.
We felt it timely to create a medium through which physician associates could connect and develop a stronger coherency as a profession
A New Journal for A New Profession
Welcome to The Physician Associates Journal
A new peer-reviewed journal specifically for physician associates launching in June 2021.
Each month the tPAJ will bring you:
3 clinical articles
A professional issues article
Interactive case discussion
Red flags article
Zebras not horses
In addition to this clinical content specifically written for physician associates, we will also keep you up to date with news and events that are relevant to the developing physician associate profession.
Finally, each edition features 'An Appointment With a Physician Associate'. This article showcases the good work of an individual physician associate in the form of an interview. So that both you and the public can get to know more about the people behind the PA profession.
However, we can not do this without out you our fellow physician associates. Right now we are calling for papers for publication in tPAJ. If you have something to say about the PA profession or you have a specific area of interest then we would love to hear from you. Have a read through our Author guidelines which provide guidance on how to prepare your manuscript.
To support new authors we are also running a free online workshop on 'Writing for Publication' which will be full of tips and tricks on how to produce a robust article for publication. You can book your free place now by following the link oposite.
To complete our quality circle and ensure that the journal has validity we are also looking for reviewers who are in a position to undertake peer review of potential articles. You can find out more about becoming a reviewer and register your interest below.
Right now we are all really excited about launching the new Physician Associate's Journal and we hope that you are too. You can follow the progress and get updates by following @tPAJ_Online on Twitter as well as subscribing to the MedicalEd.org newsletter.