The Development of Physician Assistant Education in the Netherlands

Authors Esther Verboon
Published in Perspective on Physician Assistant Education
Publication date 2005
Type Article

Summary

The primary reason for the development of physician assistant (PA) educational programs in the Netherlands was the discrepancy between supply and demand for health care providers. The need for health care workers was increasing while the supply of (para)medical and nursing practitioners stagnated. Although medical schools have expanded the numbers of students they are training, it is still not enough to overcome the problem of a shortage of physicians

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  • Esther Verboon | Researcher | Marketing, Market Research and Innovation
    Esther Verboon
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Marketing & Customer Experience

Language English
Published in Perspective on Physician Assistant Education
Page range 108-109

Esther Verboon

Esther Verboon | Researcher | Marketing, Market Research and Innovation

Esther Verboon

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Marketing & Customer Experience