Little need for the American Association of Physicians Assistants - Correspondence: Rosen and Vanderbilt to Godkins

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  • Rosen and Vanderbilt summarize their meeting with Paul Palace, Executive Director of the American Association of Physicians Assistants. The history and operations of the organization are described, and the opinion is given that "If the American Academy of Physician's Associates were somewhat less rigid in its membership requirements, so as to include all those who are both truly professionally oriented and actually participating in direct patient care, we believe it would be a much more effective voice for the Physician's Assistant than the American Association of Physicians Assistants".
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  • Clara Vanderbilt papers
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