Physician Assistant Student Psychological Type Preferences to Inform Academic and Professional Practice
This presentation will review Myers-Briggs® preference of incoming students in the physician assistant program over the last seven years. Results suggest that first year physician assistant students exhibit a personality preference different than that reported for physician assistant students at other institutions and practicing physician assistants. Implications of this identified difference are explored as well as potential curriculum interventions suggested.
- Carla Stebbins, PhD
Director, Master of Healthcare Administration, Des Moines University
- Sarah Gilmore, MHA'20
Des Moines University faculty, staff, and students.
- 1.00 CE Contact Hour(s)