The Central Coast PA Program (CCPAP) educates culturally humble, diverse PAs to serve the primary care needs of medically underserved communities.
CCPAP intends to be recognized as the principal source of PAs from historically underrepresented groups providing culturally-humble care to medically underserved communities.
|Program goal||Measures of success|
|Cultivate a culture of service to the underserved|
Placement of graduates:
|Educate students in a collaborative practice environment that promotes team-based education.|
100% of curriculum will be involved in small group, problem-oriented learning that promotes self-directed learning.
|Promote whole person healthcare by including elements of body, mind and spirit across the curriculum.|
100% of students will participate in readings and reflective journaling on:
|Students experience longitudinal care of patients through training in community health centers.|
100% of students will be trained in community health centers
|Promote health awareness and health needs in underserved communities.|
100% of each cohort will participate in IPE experiences to promote team based health care: