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FLORIDA: Barry University School of Graduate Medical Sciences

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    • I sent you and @akmclaughlin an email to meet up the night before!
    • Yes, this is happening in areas where NP supervision requirements are next to nil while PAs still require supervising docs.  And NP schools are churning NPs out and PAs will be swamped out by the numbers and burdensomeness of their supervision requirements.
    • If anyone will be interviewing in November for Center City campus, feel free to reach out to me! I'd love to practice!
    • I think we are creeping towards the point where the hospital based pharmacists are going to be taking over/imposing more on the treatment side.  I already get numerous calls from the pharmacists asking why I'm choosing this medicine or dosing, and why not this instead or getting me to change or stop anti-biotics.  Of course that is on top of all the imposed regimented protocols we follow now.  Separate from that might be the fact that we have patients suffering from polypharmacy and untangling that could be a provider role in itself.  Honestly I have no time to dive into the mess of interactions and side effects as well as questioning the real necessity of each medicine in some of my patient's medication regimens.  So I punt it to a "you should have a discussion with your pcp" who put you on this long list of meds in the first place.
    • Received a notice of rejection today as well. Applied toward the end of the cycle but none the less disappointing.  Can people who were accepted or interviewed share stats if comfortable? I thought I was competitive with GRE scores of 153, 157 and a 4.5.  Over 5000 hrs HCE and 4300 hrs PCE as a licensed occupational therapist.  Undergrad GPA 3.89, Graduate GPA 3.9, Overall science 3.89.  40 hrs shadowing, and some older volunteer work. LOR from 2x MD, 1 PA an 1 RN. Certified OT, yoga teacher, cycle teacher and acroyoga teacher, BLS and CPR. 
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