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  1. What’s In A Name? Robert M. Blumm, PA, DFAAPA, PA-C Emeritus The title of this article is an echo of Shakespeare, but let me assure you that today’s theme is not about Romeo and Juliet. The title question put forth has a very significant meaning to all people regardless of nationality, culture, ethnicity, or religion. A person’s name - any person - is the greatest connection to their identity and their individuality. Its importance cannot be underestimated if we are speaking of a profession, a practice, a company, a corporation, or of an individual itself. Think of name
  2. Hello all, I am attempting to prophylactically treat any confusion that may arise due to GRU changing the name of the university again. As of today, GRU will now be called Augusta University. I hope this clears up any discrepancy that may arise. I cannot deny nor confirm this going down better with A1 sauce or any prior Australian influence, but it could be gold. Good day, HS
  3. I will be applying through CASPA in this next cycle, and I want to get my application in as early as possible. However, I'm getting married in August and will be changing my last name. My address will also change at that time. Should I wait to submit my application until those rather important changes have been made, or should I submit it earlier, when I have all of my information entered?
  4. Colleagues, In the spirit of free dialogue, and with the understanding that there are always two sides to every story, the following letter was sent to Paula Havisto 2/27/2012 by new AAPA EVP / CEO Jenna Dorn. Jenna Dorn shortly thereafter met face-to-face with Dave Mittman and Bob Blumm on 3/5/2012 for 90 minutes to discuss the name change, and the actual contact information of the "6000" was requested (all of the communications that the AAPA received from the name change website dedicated to communicating with the AAPA are essentially blinded). The C1 advisory board declined to provide
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