NCCPA Peer-Reviewed Publications Reference List



  • Bruza-Augatis, Mirela MS, PA-C; Coplan, Bettie PhD, PA-C; Sethi, Wendiann PhD; McDaniel, M. Jane MS, MLS(ASCP)SC. The Influence of Patient Care, Shadowing, and Volunteer Experience on Diverse Applicant Matriculation Into Physician Assistant/Associate Programs. The Journal of Physician Assistant Education ():10.1097/JPA.0000000000000563, November 14, 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/JPA.0000000000000563.,_shadowing,_and.119.aspx







  • Kozikowski A, Bruza-Augatis M, Morton-Rias D, Quella A, Fleming S, Bradley-Guidry C, Mauldin S, Jeffery C, Puckett K, Goodman J. The Importance of Diversity in the Physician Assistant/Associate Workforce: Examining the Profession’s Growth and Trends in Demographic Composition. Journal of Medical Regulation. 2024 May 7;110(1):7-19. 





  • Kozikowski A, Morton-Rias D, Puckett K, Jeffery C, Mauldin S, Goodman J. The association of physician assistant/associate demographic and practice characteristics with perceptions of value of certification. BMC Medical Education. 2023 Apr 11;23(1):228.





  • Rodriguez MA, Hooker RS, Puckett KK, Kozikowski A. Demographics of Physician Associates (PAs) in Obstetrics and Gynecology: Where They Work and How They Compare to Other PAs. Singh M, editor. Obstet Gynecol Int [Internet]. 2024 Feb 21;2024:1–9. Available from: