PA Books

The white coat ceremony is prestigious in any PA program. Once you’ve graduated, you realize that the white coat actually only has one purpose: to hold the various books and resources a PA uses when graduating. Each specialist will have favorites, and the list will continue to grow as this blog grows. There are some affiliate links here, which means you bought me a cup of coffee if you use the links provided. In the meantime I’ll start with some favorites:

Pre-PA Books

PA Students and Practicing PAs

PANCE and PANRE Review

Resources By Specialty

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Emergency Medicine Primary Care/Family Medicine

Pediatrics

Ortho & Sports Medicine

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