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  1. I did an EM residency, worked another year in EM after that and now moving into critical care. During residency I did rotate through the majority of the ICU’s and had tons of exposure. Ultimately you have to do what feels right to you. Either option is good but only you can determine which is best. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thank you so much for the tip! I really appreciate it ! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hello I recently landed an interview at a busy 42 bed ICU in the southeast. 6MD/4PA group and PA’s doing their own procedures and working fairly autonomously. My question is, what can I expect for the interview? Would I be asked medical management questions? I keep feeling like I should study for this just in case but not sure. My background: PA w/ 3 years experience + completed an EM residency + CAQ exam, and have been working in a busy high volume/high acuity ED. I did rotate through a few ICU’s during residency and loved it. I enjoy doing procedures and have the training for this but have not put in many lines over the last year since my most recent job doesn’t have PA’s doing this. Prior to this I was doing a bunch of procedures and feel comfortable doing it if medically necessary. Thanks for any advice, I really appreciate it! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hello, I am planning to relocate back to Miami from Cali where I’ve been living the past 3 years. I have my Florida license active but was reading through the medical boards CME requirements and they are asking for some specific CME credits to include ?substance abuse/prescribing and ?medical errors and ?domestic violence..... anyone have any recommendations on where I can get these CME’s? Are any available for free? Thanks for the help! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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