Pediatrics Survival Guide

Pediatrics Survival Guide

This survival guide will offer tips on how you as a PA student can prepare and handle your pediatrics rotation. Your time at a pediatrics office will involve seeing children typically right from birth all the way up to around 18 years of age. I’m going to talk...
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...
Women’s Health Survival Guide

Women’s Health Survival Guide

Women’s health is a required rotation for all PA students. Your Women’s Health rotation will likely involve both aspects of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN). Today, I’m going to discuss what’s stressed during your OBGYN rotation. As an added...
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...
Survival Guide: Family Medicine Rotation

Survival Guide: Family Medicine Rotation

How do you survive your family medicine rotation during PA School and what are some useful things to know before starting it? We’ll cover that today! Overview Family medicine is the front-line of healthcare. As a primary care practitioner, you’ll be...

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