Emergency Medicine Survival Guide

Emergency Medicine Survival Guide

Emergency Medicine is one of the required rotations for PA students during the clinical year. We’re going to talk about some helpful things to brush up in addition to some expectations for your EMed rotation. ACLS & ABCs I’ll start this off pretty...
Behavioral Health Survival Guide

Behavioral Health Survival Guide

At some point during your didactic year, you’ve probably been able to diagnose yourself with some form of about 12 different mental illnesses. Luckily, you’ve made it this far but when the disorder is severe enough to cause impairment in functioning, a...
Survival Guide: Internal Medicine

Survival Guide: Internal Medicine

When PA students first hear about internal medicine, they probably just think of it as being a vast umbrella term that encompasses most areas of medicine. If you’re one of these people, you’d be mostly right. Welcome to the survival guide for the internal...
Healthy Habits of PA School

Healthy Habits of PA School

For some people, PA school can be some of the most stressful and anxiety-ridden years of their lives. On the journey to becoming a Physician Assistant, this is something every student will have to cope with. Following a few of these tips may make your marathon of a...
The “Non-Traditional” PA School Applicant

The “Non-Traditional” PA School Applicant

Many people who apply to PA school are those who have their personal statements written for CASPA even before cashing their high school graduation gifts. If you are not one of these applicants, don’t stress, you’re certainly not the only one. Before PA...

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