Class of 2019 White Coat Ceremony
Case Western Reserve University's Physician Assistant White Coat Ceremony was held on Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 11:00 am in the Tinkham Veale University Center.
Pamela Davis, MD, PhD, Dean of the School of Medicine welcomes attendees to the White Coat Ceremony.
Cynthia Booth Lord, MHS, PA-C and Founding Director of the PA Program introduces the Keynote Speaker, Anthony A. Miller, Med, PA-C
Anthony Miller’s Keynote Address was entitled: "So Why Did You Choose PA?"
Casey Schroeder-Jenkinson, PhD, Director of IPE, Simulation, and Outcomes and Nancy Ivansek, PA-C, PA Program Faculty read each new student’s name while David Shafran, MD, PA Program Medical Director looks on.
Ellen Luebbers, MD, PA Program Faculty member and Hilary Petersen, PA-C, Director of Clinical Curriculum handed students their white coats and then Cynthia Booth Lord, MHS, PA-C, Founding Director of Physician Assistant Program “coated’ each student. Dean Davis, and Vice Dean Thomas wait to shake the newly coated student’s hand.
David Shafran, MD reads the introduction to the Student Oath of Professionalism.
PA students recited the oath to the attendees
Student Oath of Professionalism
Anastasia Rowland-Seymour, MD, Director of Preventive Medicine and Community Health Engagement for the Physician Assistant Program, introduces and leads the Teaching Oath.
PA Program faculty, Dean Davis, and Vice Dean Thomas read the oath to the students.
Dean and Vice Dean read oath to students
Students enjoy a reception with family, faculty and friends after the ceremony.