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  1. In this day of selivering bad news, I thought that this article that I saved from last year would be a great refresher. Food is food regardless of the source. The Rules for Delivering Bad News to Patients August 27, 2019 The Watercooler: Career Advice The Bookbag: Education The Rounds: Clinical Considerations General 0 Comments I've talked to some colleagues recently who've been a little down about their roles as nurse practitioners. Working in family practice, they have found themselves in the position o
  2. Well, we got a sub-heading so we might as well use it! Any other PAs out there in ID? Would love to hear how your practice operates. Not sure there are too many of us out there!
  3. Hello Everyone! Thank you for taking the time to read my post. I’m new to the PA Forum, but I desperately need some advice! I am fortunate enough to have been accepted to the dual PA/MPH (Master’s of Public Health) program at Yale and the PA program (MPH is pending) at Emory. However, I’m having a very difficult time deciding between the two so if you have any advice, have gone to either school, or have even been in this position before, I’d love to hear what you have to say! Brief summary: My goal is to be a PA, but my interests are currently in infectious disease and the prevention of s
  4. This blog was recently promoted on our intranet and I've spent the last two days reading everything on it, alternately disgusted and amazed. Really well-written and understandable with great content from both the author, Dr. Bobbi Pritt, and knowledgeable readers. It's mostly case-based. Some of the cases have more background information than others. http://parasitewonders.blogspot.com/
  5. The American Academy of Pediatrics Indian Health Special Interest Group is offering a free webinar on Lung Infectious in Indigenous Children: The Hidden Disparity on August 25, 2015 at 1:00 PM CDT. The presenter is Rosalyn Singleton, MD, MPH, FAAP. For more information and to register, see www.aap.org/nach . This program does not carry CME credits.
  6. Hello, I am currently in my clinical year of PA school and would love to be able to complete an Infectious Disease elective rotation in the Central Ohio area which is closer to my family. If anyone has any contacts in Ohio for preceptors who have taken students in the past or may be willing to take a student I would greatly appreciate it. Many thanks,
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