Physician assistant faculty gives back to PA education

May 9, 2024 • SHP News

Veda Womack, PA-CIn most cases, when clinicians make the jump to academia, they have to figure out how to teach. They’re faced with taking a leap and inventing their wings along the way. For PAs, the Physician Assistant Education Association fills that gap with Faculty 101 training. One faculty member at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth has taken on a crucial role in the PAEA by serving as an exam development board member for the end-of-rotation exams.

Veda Womack, MBA, PA-C, is the director of clinical education and an assistant professor in the School of Health Profession’s Physician Assistant Studies program and serves as a content expert for PAEA exams. Notably, Womack is also the first physician assistant to ever be elected as HSC’s faculty senate president. In March, she attended the PAEA Exam Development Summit in St. Louis, Missouri.

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