The mission of the Wingate University Physician Assistant Program is dedicated to developing educated, productive and ethical physician assistants to serve the healthcare needs of the community in which they practice.
- SNAPPS information: A Six-Step Learner-Centered Approach to Clinical Education
- One minute preceptor information.
This activity has been reviewed by the AAPA Review Panel and is compliant with AAPA CME Criteria. This activity is designated for 34.5 AAPA Category 1 CME credits. PAs should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation. AAPA reference number: CME-201539.
Are you interested in becoming a preceptor? Please reach out to our Clinical Specialist Team at email@example.com or (704) 233-8697.
Our mission would not be possible without you, our dedicated preceptors. It is alongside you in exam rooms, labor and delivery suites, and emergency departments that our students are able to put what they've learned in class into practice.
In accordance with AAPA guidelines, we offer PA preceptors 2 category 1 CME hours per 40 hours spent precepting with no cap.
Our PANCE Prep Lecture Series is designed by PA faculty to refresh learner understanding of critical topics in medicine. Whether you are preparing to take the PANCE or the PANRE or are simply looking for high-quality CME material, you will benefit from:
18 expert lectures, each covering content from the NCCPA PANCE Blueprint worth a total of 34.5 Category I CME hours.
Certificates of completion to document your Category I CME credit.
Instant access to the lectures via an online portal so that you can work at your own pace.
When combined with the CME hours already available through precepting, you can meet your biannual NCCPA requirements at no charge by taking one student per semester!
For more information on how to get access to the lecture series, reach out to our clinical team at: PAclinicals@wingate.edu
Statement on Electronic Health Records:
Student documentation should always be verified; student entries must be identified as “student” and signed “PA-S.” Preceptors should complete their own documentation in accordance with CMS guidelines.