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PA Leadership Series: David Mittman, PA-C

PA Leadership Series: David Mittman, PA-C

This is one of several interviews as part of our PA Leadership blog series. Over the next few weeks, we will...

PA Leadership Series: Jaclyn Rohan, PA-C

PA Leadership Series: Jaclyn Rohan, PA-C

Jacklyn Rohan is a great example of all the ways PAs can be amazing. She is also a 2011 graduate...

7 Things You Should Do Before PA School Starts

PA school is like riding on top of a train, all you can do is hang on and hope you...

PA Leadership Series: John Bielinski, PA-C

PA Leadership Series: John Bielinski, PA-C

This is the first of several interviews as part of our PA Leadership blog series. Over the next few weeks,...

Rapid Strep Tests in Kids- Can You Apply Centor Criteria?

Rapid Strep Tests in Kids- Can You Apply Centor Criteria?

Ah, Strep. The “bread and butter” diagnosis of urgent care, ER and primary medicine. As a PA, do you use...

On to Greener Pastures: A Pilot PA Program in Ireland

On to Greener Pastures: A Pilot PA Program in Ireland

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel across the globe and work as a physician assistant...

PA Associations

Below is a list of every PA association that I am currently aware of. Each link is a great resource...

Pediatric BRUE (Brief Resolved Unexplained Event): What PAs Should Know

Pediatric BRUE (Brief Resolved Unexplained Event): What PAs Should Know

You are a physician assistant working a shift in the pediatric emergency department when EMS calls in a report of...

A Letter To My Supervising Physician:

A Letter To My Supervising Physician:

I see you. Staying past your already too long shift to help care for a sick patient. Staying to help...

The IV Fluid Shortage: The Struggle is Real

The IV Fluid Shortage: The Struggle is Real

If you are a PA working in a hospital setting, you are no stranger to the recent increase in emails...

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