Medical publisher Elsevier has launched the newest addition to its family of Elsevier Clinics Review Articles: Physician Assistant Clinics, which offers in-depth clinical review articles written by physicians assistants (PAs) for PAs.
Each issue of Physician Assistant Clinics will cover specific topics of interest to PAs, including allergy, asthma and immunology; dermatology; emergency medicine; endocrinology; geriatrics; hematology/oncology; internal medicine; men’s health; pediatrics and adolescent medicine; and women’s health, among others. Additionally, PAs can earn 60 AMA Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits per year. Subscribers can activate their CME account on www.theclinics.com, and take a test based on the information covered in each quarterly issue to earn up to 15 credits per issue.
The consulting editor for Physician Assistant Clinics is James Van Rhee, MS, PA-C, director of the physician associate program at the department of internal medicine, Yale School of Medicine.