Carthage, Texas – Angela Soape Harden, BSN, MPAS, PA-C, of the ETMC First Physicians clinic in Carthage, has co-authored a continuing medical education article recently published in a national, peer-reviewed journal.
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Harden and Jeanie McHugo, PhD, PA-C, wrote “Diabetes Insipidus: Stemming the Flow, Restoring Water Balance,” which was published in the April issue of Advance for NPs & PAs. The journal circulates to 115,000 nurse practitioners and physician assistants throughout the United States.
McHugo was Harden’s instructor and is now director of the PA program at the University of North Dakota, where Harden earned her master’s degree in physician assistant studies in 2007.
Inspired by two patientsThe article was inspired by two patients from Harden’s practice and the complications noted while treating them, she said. Their cases are mentioned non-specifically with their permission.
A Carthage native, Harden has worked as a physician assistant with Dr. Keith Keeling at the ETMC First Physicians clinic since June 2007.
ETMC Carthage is part of the East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System’s network of hospitals throughout East Texas.