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Scotty McScott

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  1. Hello Forum, I'm entering the student phase and need to decide between schools still. One is a traditional State University, and the other is a private College with an osteopathic philosophy. Are there any nuances between philosophies in the real world to consider? Any input would be helpful. Scotty
  2. Hello Forum, I'm entering the student phase and need to decide between schools still. One is a traditional State University, and the other is a private College with an osteopathic philosophy. Are there any nuances between philosophies in the real world to consider? Any input would be helpful. Scotty
  3. Hello Board, I'm checking for some input from any DMU students/graduates. I'm accepted at two PA schools and would like some more feedback from students/graduates about the world on the other side of an osteopathic school. Do you have to practice under a DO to use your full scope or can an MD allow all training? Did you notice any discrimination or political BS tied to the osteopathic background? What about the job market, preferably in the midwest? Any feedback would be helpful. Scotty
  4. Hello Board, I'm checking for some input from any DMU students/graduates. I'm accepted at two PA schools and would like some more feedback from students/graduates about the world on the other side of an osteopathic school. Do you have to practice under a DO to use your full scope or can an MD allow all training? Did you notice any discrimination or political BS tied to the osteopathic background? What about the job market, preferably in the midwest? Any feedback would be helpful. Scotty
  5. 5 years of building up the paper side landed me an interview and a spot in the 2014 USD PA School class. I was accepted at two schools, but the struggle I have right now is deciding which is the best fit for me based off my 2 visits to both schools. I'm a non-resident, so tuition is gouging the heck out of me. The high price tag makes some other places look more appealing. If you're willing to share, what really set USD apart from other programs? Scotty
  6. 5 years of building up the paper side landed me an interview and a spot in the 2014 USD PA School class. I was accepted at two schools, but the struggle I have right now is deciding which is the best fit for me based off my 2 visits to both schools. I'm a non-resident, so tuition is gouging the heck out of me. The high price tag makes some other places look more appealing. If you're willing to share, what really set USD apart from other programs? Scotty
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