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  1. Shockingly often. Sometimes it will seem like more often than not.
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  4. Are they providing and/or reimbursing you for these live sessions?
  5. Seriously? I have never heard of such a thing. Is this common? MyCME.com has a ton of free and paid CME in a variety of formats.
  6. I think PA schools tend to emphasize these skills much more than other healthcare providers, and it is great to have more tools in the kit. We're a little spoiled in most areas of this country. I've had the opportunity to see medicine overseas in an austere environment and it was eye opening to see what people could diagnose with a good history and exam.
  7. Ventana is correct. This is usually a marker of a lazy, greedy relationship. If they are willing to pay you a ton of money it may be worth proceeding, but they are probably trying to take advantage of you.
  8. If anyone was dumb enough to say something like that and you get a decent attorney, odds are that you wouldn't have to work again in your life.
  9. Good advice for new grads to consider. There are some things that should not be listed the first time.
  10. This could potentially vary from state to state. You might want to check with a lawyer who know something about this stuff.
  11. I've never listed any "non-PA" jobs in my history. Usually not relevant (to my mind).
  12. That's where you have to go crazy with due diligence. States have regulations that directly hurt PA practice that come out of committees that have nothing to do with PAs - environmental protection, banking and insurance, etc. Might even be that the Joint Committee could jam you up somehow. Does the facility have house counsel that could look into it?
  13. By the look of it? Probably nurse practitioners.
  14. You have gone well above and beyond your due diligence. This. If they won't let you walk, give notice and work at a pace that is safe. Just be prepared for them to get $h!**y with you - they might say you are working too slow or being insubordinate and terminate you for cause.
  15. Sounds like my typical week, too. (My personal week, not my patients')
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