UE professor of physician assistant science Sean Harper trains combat medics
Posted: Friday, November 9, 2018
University of Evansville assistant professor of physician assistant science Sean Harper spent 21 days in Hawaii this summer, training combat medics. Harper is a battalion physician assistant for 1st battalion, 151st INF Regiment in the Indiana National Guard. His unit is attached to the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii through an associated unit program.
Harper has clinical experience in occupational medicine, emergency medicine, and neurology. Prior to becoming a physician assistant and before he came to UE, he spent 13 years as a firefighter and paramedic. Harper earned both his bachelor’s degree in health science and his master's from Butler University in Indianapolis. He continues to practice in the occupational and urgent care setting.
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