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  1. If you can get a doctorate (DMSc) in the same amount of time as a master's (MHA), I'd probably go for the doctorate. I am currently a student in RMUoHP's DMSc Healthcare Leadership & Administration Track, as well as an MHA student at CSU global. I do think the MHA will give you a broad knowledge base in health administration that nurses do not have. They are both relatively cheap in comparison to PA school thankfully (~16k each). Also, if you do the MHA first, up to 12 credit hours will transfer into the DMSc at RMUoHP. So far I have transferred 3 credits and am hoping to transfer more as
  2. I have not completed my DMSc yet! I am graduating from PA school this December and hope to start at Rocky Mountain University DMSc this January!
  3. Those are great reasons. I can see the benefit of those courses. An extra 50 credits of medicine/science would look very impressive, and would make us look even better compared to DNP curriculum.
  4. As of now I'm planning to start at RMU DMSc January 2021 (Healthcare Leadership and Administration concentration). I was informed by the program director that I'll likely be able to transfer 12 credits from my MHA courses into the program, leaving 24 credits left. And, if you have completed or are currently completing a postgraduate fellowship, you get a 15% discount off of tuition. Same if you are teaching. The total cost left for me will be $15k and will take 16 months to complete. Lynchburg unfortunately does not accept transfer credit unless it is from a previous doctorate or PhD so that k
  5. I hope to become a Nocturnist Hospitalist after completing a post-grad fellowship!
  6. Voting is now OPEN! https://pasfortomorrow.org/student-elections-2019/
  7. Hi everyone, This Sunday, elections for PAs for Tomorrow’s Student Director-at-Large opens up, and I am asking for your support in the election. Below I pasted my position statement. Please take a moment to read it. Thank you so much! “To my fellow PAFT Student Members, My name is Brandon Hughey, and I am a 2nd Year PA student running for the position of Student Director-at-Large (SDAL). Throughout the past year, I have been heavily involved in PAFT, and I would like to further my involvement by becoming a SDAL for the organization. I feel that I have proven m
  8. I hear great things about carolinas healthcare hospitalist residency!
  9. DNPs calling themselves doctor in a clinical setting needa be slapped.
  10. Agreed. It’s like when NPs sell the fact that they are the more “hollistic” providers. Neither is true but is a make believe selling point.
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