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  1. I am the VP of my class so naturally I am going to the AAPA conference this year in Toronto. Does anyone have suggestions on which days are the best for us to go to. I know the website had a list of student related dates, but we will not be participating in the bowl challenge and I'm trying to budget out the trip for the other classmates of mine that are going. The fewer days we go the cheaper, but I also don't wanna miss anything, so I just wanted to see if anyone had any recommendations, I have never been to an AAPA conference. Thanks
  2. I am in desperate need of clinical rotation sites in the seattle area. If anyone knows of any physicians or PAs willing to take a student for a 6 week rotation, please let me know. I am from Nova Southeastern University in FL and trying to finish my electives here in WA state. I can send my resume and any other information needed. Thanks, Hope
  3. Hey everyone, I wanted to tell you all about a new opportunity to publish your writing as a student. I am helping to run a new student section at PA professional magazine. Some details below: Wanted: PA Student Writers Beginning in spring 2012, PA Professional will launch a student section featuring news written for and by PA students. If you know students who would be interested in writing for this new and exciting magazine section, please have them email their story idea—in 100 words or fewer—to Janette Rodrigues, AAPA managing editor of publications. Contact her at news@aapa.org or 571-319-4382. We will be looking for various article types, including: Commentary/Perspective: Students take a stand on an issue or express their viewpoint on a topic in PA practice, education or policy. Words from the Wards: Students share a unique medical experience -- from their first or second year of PA school -- in a first-person essay. Passing Notes: Students give advice to other students on how to cope with the first year of PA school, rotations or entering the workforce. Articles should be around 600 words or less. We will also accept photos from student photographers depicting student activities and advocacy. Deadline for the first issue (March) is Jan. 31st send send ideas or articles ASAP. If you have any questions you can email me at studenteditor@aapa.org. Thanks! Sincerely, Harrison Reed PA Professional Student Editor
  4. Hey everyone, I just wanted to let you know that I am recording my whole process of getting accepted to PA school, and my experiences throughout school. From getting patient care experience, pre-reqs, to recently getting accepted into PA school I will put it all down. I am trying to include any tips and tricks that I feel worked for me so that others can benefit from them. I will answer any questions and give my advice to those who are still working on getting into PA school. (Any little advice helps along the way). http://djthepa.blogspot.com/ I am planning on recording through PA school, so those who will get accepted can have info on what its like to start the program, and what to expect. Please feel free to leave feedback and comments! THANK YOU, and good luck!! -DJ
  5. Hello Everyone, all my CASPA information have been sent to my schools, except I am taking my gre in a week. Do you think PA programs won't offer you an interview until they receive your scores? Because now that there is a new gre, the scores are taking a while to reach the schools. Anyone else worried about that? Also, I just finished a summer Statistics Course and got an A. Should I send all the schools an offical copy of my transcripts so they can see that grade, or email them an unofficial copy, or wait until my fall courses are over since I will have to send my grades again anyway?? Thanks in advance for any adivce
  6. Hey all, I'm looking to shadow a PA somewhere in Norther California. I've worked with PA's before in the military, but would like to see how they operate in the civilian sector. So far, my "cold calls" are turning up empty. Not sure if places are afraid of the liability? I'm located in the Sacramento Area and am willing to commute if need be. Thank you! Chris
  7. Hello, I just needed to see if anyone knew of a lender willing to lend for a mortgage for students without any income. I have a wife who will be a stay at home mother for our child. I know they have programs for medical students for this but I am trying to find one for PA students. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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