College of Allied Health Professions

UNMC’s history of support for training PAs in military

Image with caption: Michael Huckabee, Ph.D., director of PA education, and Kyle Meyer, Ph.D., dean of the College of Allied Health Professions, center, with IPAP faculty, from left, Commander Ron Perry, IPAP director; Maj. Nouansy Wilton, M.D.; Maj. Sharon Rosser; Maj. Christopher Pase; Col. George Cunningham, M.D., IPAP medical director; and Maj. Vincent Antunez.

Michael Huckabee, Ph.D., director of PA education, and Kyle Meyer, Ph.D., dean of the College of Allied Health Professions, center, with IPAP faculty, from left, Commander Ron Perry, IPAP director; Maj. Nouansy Wilton, M.D.; Maj. Sharon Rosser; Maj. Christopher Pase; Col. George Cunningham, M.D., IPAP medical director; and Maj. Vincent Antunez.

by Kalani Simpson, UNMC public relations | November 11, 2016| UNMC Today UNMC is proud to have a number of U.S. military veterans among its faculty, staff, students and alumni. But that number is far greater than most of us know, thanks to more than 2,000 military physician assistants who have earned their PA degrees from UNMC through the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP). The… Continue Reading

Cyber Security: Be Aware. Be Accountable.

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All UNMC faculty, staff, and students must complete the information security awareness training in Blackboard by December 31, 2016. Vigilance is needed everywhere – on campus, at home, in government – as there are huge potential financial, HIPAA, FERPA, research, and personal privacy risks. Our colleagues are our frontline defense against potential breaches. You are key in not only protecting our organization, but helping to… Continue Reading