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  1. I was also hoping to find some insight here on the study tips for EORE's regarding hours and study schedule. Any tips?
  2. When I applied in 2013, I was offered an interview in March, I think it was in the latter part of the Month. Hope this is some insight
  3. CBkid, your not at all in a damaged situation...you can easily pull out of it, its still early in the game. I had a C+ in micro but I had retaken the class and crushed it. I was asked about it my interview, they mentioned that it looked like a fluke thing because all of my grades showed an upward slope. So take that into account...schools look at the big picture and not always hone in on mistakes. I was recently accepted to this school in spite of a low grade, just make sure you have a non-blaming response when they ask about that time (if they do) and have amazing attributes in other departments. There are so many places to shine besides grades. I have a 3.5 and that is mediocre compared to my competition, but other things overshadowed my grades. Having leadership, and involvement in various activities in the PA community (as in the post I made above this one) can enhance and overshadow your trouble spots. I highly recommend research, and PA organization involvement, as well as leadership opportunities (no matter how big or small). You can do it!!!
  4. Lots of News!! It's official! Wayne State University has endorsed the event, check it out on their event calendar. the-annual-pre-healthcare-interdisciplinary-networking-seminar-51785 MAPA has agreed to endorse the event also and place it on their website, FB page and Twitter accounts....YEAH!! A new speaker to add to the roster....Ron Stavale, Immediate Past MAPA president will be speaking on the changing legal climate of the PA profession. Exciting!
  5. Some current PA students at WSU and hopefully UDM are wanting to pass on their stories of what made their applications stronger and are willing to offer advice to those applying. The event for this is March 29th at WSU student center Room 289 at 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm. There is a thread already started on the topic and the event is posted on FB too if you want to learn about the speakers. Hope this is helpful to you! If your interested in getting face to face with some of these students already accepted to Michigan PA programs, professors and past MAPA presidents, this event is being held specifically for this purpose. The UDM Pre-PA organization will hopefully be in attendance with the WSU pre-PA society and WSU Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization. These Pre-PA organizations have collaborated with the Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) and a few WSU & UDM professors to put on this event.
  6. oh and the stars vote, I wasn't sure how it worked, since i haven't used that feature before. So, I tested it out.
  7. Its not spam, its a real event meant for students curious about our profession and provide a direct resource for students applying to ask direct questions and hear stories from students that were accepted. I only posted it on 5 boards that were directed to prospective PA students. Wayne State Professors enodorse it and MAPA backs the foundation of which I volunteer. As for liking my own post, that was an accident, I thought it would post to my FB page, not just like it here.
  8. Information about scholarships offered by the Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation will be discussed at the following seminar this month. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine as well as funding PA school. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission & Funding PA school. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  9. Scholarships discussed at this seminar Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine as well as funding PA school. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission & funding PA school. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  10. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  11. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  12. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  13. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  14. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
  15. Title: The First Annual Pre-Healthcare Interdisciplinary Seminar Location: Wayne State University Student Center (5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, Michigan 48202) Room 289 Conference Room - 2nd Floor. Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm The Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) is hosting this seminar to help prospective PA students learn more about the PA profession, roles of the PA on the healthcare team and how it is changing as well, changing laws and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the PA profession. We will also be discussing application improvement resources, and ways to help your PA program application shine. We would love to have as many Pre-PA students to learn more about the profession, current PA students, and seasoned PAs in the audience to answer questions of the pre-PAs. At the end of the seminar, we would like to offer a Q & A session with access to the current PA students and seasoned PAs as a resource in the audience. Questions will most likely focus on getting accepted to a PA program, application questions, and application improvement inquiries, maybe even community service locations. Speakers: Kathy Dobbs PA-C - President of Michigan Physician Assistant Foundation (MIPAF) ----- Speaking about MIPAF history and mission. Bob Ross PA-C - MIPAF Secretary & Owner of Triad Diagnostics ----- Speaking on the changing laws of healthcare as they impact PAs. James Frick PA-C - Speaking on the roles of PAs on the healthcare team and on the various roles a PA can partake. Lindsay Gietzen PA-C - WSU PA Program Professor - Speaking on getting accepted to a PA program, how to make your application stand out, red flags to be aware of when applying to programs. Tentative Speaker: Angela Braun PA-S - MIPAF Marketing Director & Owner of Braun Medical Marketing --- Speaking on research conducted on Affordable Care Act and its impact on the PA profession - for better or worse. Also, community service resources, and application readiness. Audience: We have invited the WSU Pre-PA society, Pre-Healthcare Interactive Student Organization (PISO), and UDM Pre-PA group. We also invited the current WSU PA classes of 2014, 2015, & 2016 to help these prospective students on their path to understanding the PA profession.
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