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PA teaching at medical schools

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Does anyone know of a PA or situation of where a PA taught at a medical school?  I'm looking at various faculty positions outside of PA schools.  Due to my location faculty jobs at a PA school is somewhat limited that is why Im broadening my search.)

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There were some positions listed a few years ago in one of the journals. they wanted PAs to teach primary care to med students. Probably not a lot of these jobs. clinical positions teaching med students/residents? super common, but no extra pay...

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I was appointed as faculty at Yale School of Medicine teaching Medical Students inpatient floor care and procedures many years ago.

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There was a PA who taught med students physical exam schools and gave us both lectures. he was employed by the college of medicine rather than PA school which is affiliated.

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PA Faculty at UC Davis taught and precepted medical students and residents for years. It was originally a grant funded position through Song-Brown.  I got the first position in 1980.  Later FNP and PA faculty formally taught the MS1 H and P course.  Just for laughs, but my first salary out of school for that job was around $21,000.  

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