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  1. BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP! You’ve hit the snooze button twice already and class starts in 30 minutes. Deep down you find the strength to roll out of bed and just make it to the coffee machine. The floor is cold on your feet and you want nothing more than to be back in the mountain of blankets and pillows you just crept out of. After rubbing the sleep from your eyes and drinking that first sip of warm hazelnut coffee you open the daily planner on your desk and observe your agenda for the day. You’ll be on campus for class from 8-3:30 in the afternoon. After class you have work from 4-11pm.
  2. My office is looking for a medical assistant, preferably with experience in the dermatology field, a plus if you have some experience with eClinical system. Office is in Brooklyn. I am posting this here because I know before I got hired I looked for so long everywhere, and at one point got so discouraged because I couldn't find anything that would give me the experience and hours I need to gain for PA admissions. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/news/press-releases/2015/landmark-nih-study-shows-intensive-blood-pressure-management-may-save-lives Landmark NIH study shows intensive blood pressure management may save lives Embargoed for Release: September 11, 2015, 10:30 AM EDT Lower blood pressure target greatly reduces cardiovascular complications and deaths in older adults More intensive management of high blood pressure, below a commonly recommended blood pressure target, significantly reduces rates of cardiovascular disease, and lowers risk of death in a group of adults 50 years and older with high bl
  4. so do I just bite it and pay for the EM one? thoughts? Dog
  5. Hello, I am new to this thread. I need all the info I can get. I want to apply to PA school this summer, when does the app season start? I know I have to take the GRE, what book is the best and how many hours do I need to study. I have graduated from FAU in Summer 2012. I have a BA in Biological Sciences. I have a 3.7 overall GPA and a 3.6 sciGPA. All A's and B's. ----- I have to go back to school to take Gen Micro, A and P 1 and 2, Interpersonal Communications, I may also take some other classes to prep for PA school. I abt 200 volunteer hours health care and non healthca
  6. Sorry about my previous thread and disabled YouTube link. This link to VIMEO should work fine. The video is 16 1/2 min long, divided into 4 sections and summarizes life as a student in the Stanford PCAP Class of 2011. Hope this fires you up!
  7. I was wandering if programs want you to add a photo of yourself when sending in application? Also if the application says to write your essay and attach do they mean write or is typing it acceptable?
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