Collected here are conference presentations and lectures given by faculty and staff in the Physician Assistant studies program.

The Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) Degree Program is a full-time, 27-month program in the Department of Physician Assistant Education within the University of the Pacific's Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry.

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Submissions from 2018

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Defusing the Difficult Patient, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2017

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Hypertensive Urgency, Jed Grant

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The Fundoscopic Exam in Clinical Practice, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2016

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Emerging Trends in Infectious Disease, Jed Grant

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Who Have You Been Kissing? (Oral Lesions), Jed Grant

Submissions from 2015

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A Pain in the Neck, Jed Grant

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Toxicologic Emergencies, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2014

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Current Drugs of Abuse, Jed Grant

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Pediatric Pitfalls, Jed Grant

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Updates in Asthma Management, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2013

ENT Emergencies, Jed Grant

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PA Interactions with Law Enforcement, Jed Grant

The Red Eye, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2012

A pain in the neck: Atypical presentations of potentially life threatening conditions, Jed Grant

Management of Complications following Application of Conducted Energy Devices, Jed Grant

Ocular Emergencies, Jed Grant

Shortness of breath, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2008

Get a new job, Jed Grant

Novel front end processes to decrease wait times, Jed Grant

Submissions from 2007

Effective MLP utilization in the Emergency Department, Jed Grant

Get a job, Jed Grant