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This study involved the physician assistant clinical competencies. Marietta College Physician Assistant alumni were surveyed both quantitatively as well as qualitatively about how well engendered they became with the physician assistant competencies as a result of their completion of the program. Although data did show all competency means to be perceived as average in nature, several statistically significant differences were found when analyzed using demographic data. Recommendations for future research should compare the competencies and gender as well as reassess the weakest areas of each competency.
Childers, William A., "Engendering clinical competencies in physician assistant programs: A mixed study of Marietta College's student assessment of learning and professional practice." (2010). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 8624.