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  1. Hey, is there anyone selling their rosh account? Please let me know
  2. Selling Cme4Life - "The Complete PANRE / PANCE Review Course - 16 DVD Set" DVDs include: 1. Pharmacology, 2. Pulmonary, 3. GI/Nutritional, 4. Neurology, 5. Cardiology, 6. EKG Interpretation, 7. EENT(Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat), 8. Endocrine, 9. Reproductive, 10. Inf. Dis., 11. Dermatologic, 12. Musculoskeletal, 13. Psych, 14. Radiology, 15. Hematologic, 16. Bugs and Drugs Purchased 3 months ago for $630. I just took the PANRE and passed. Did very well on the primary care version - especially notable given I only do ortho surgery. Will sell for $250 for quick sale. Will send you everything, including the workbook: "A Comprehensive Review For the Certification and Recertification Examinations for Physician Assistants." Paypal acceptable
  3. Hi Everyone, I have been a practicing PA for 3 year in the same job. I am considering a new position, specifically an APP fellowship in Oncology. I have always wanted to transition to oncology but with the current job market, I have found this to be difficult at present. I have applied but go unanswered, even with 3 years of experience. I have made some adjustments on my resume and was wondering if anyone was willing to look it over and make critiques. Is anyone willing to share their own resumes? If so, reply with your email and I would love to be in touch. Thanks!
  4. If you’re willing to look over my PS and give me some feedback, I would appreciate it so much!!!
  5. Dear PA Student, My name is Dr. Leonard. I am a physician assistant and a PA educator. With the ongoing pandemic my concern for the future of the current PA students, especially those on clinical rotations, concerns me. This is why I am emailing students about PA Excel and their HELP line for PANCE review. I used this program 6 years ago and it has only gotten better! It is a PANCE review like no other. I do NOT work for PA Excel, although I may do some anatomy and physiology review for them in the future, but I love and believe in their product! But check them out for yourselves, do your homework but I can guarantee this program is the best and most affordable. And because I am such a big shot, lol jk, no but I know the CEO, he gave me my own code to give students to get them 30% off. I was like, a third? That is crazy. Anyways, I hope you use it. Feel free to give this code: evan30 to anyone and everyone you care too whom you think would benefit from this impressive PANCE review. They have virtual clinical rotations as well that are ARC-PA approved; if your PA program is struggling to get clinical rotations during this pandemic. Here is the direct link: https://helpcampus.com/membership-options/?_s2member_vars=page..level..1..page..78996..Lw%3D%3D&_s2member_sig=1586375631-f3148aa7ff0f97cb30a3a2450088f0f8 But here is the main website page in case you think I am sending you some crazy spam link lol: https://paexcel.com/ Twenty-five universities use PA Excel for their entire program to use. I think this is a good way to a. stay fresh for rotations and b. prepare for the PANCE. Again, the discount code is evan30. Best of Luck and Good Studying, Dr. Leonard, MS, PA-C
  6. So I recently finished my final draft and I was hoping someone would be able to look over it and give some feedback. I’ve re-read it so many times now and I just want to fix any grammatical errors I may have missed and be sure that it flows well. Thank you in advance!
  7. Has anyone used this book/CD for studying? I really like their setup and everything, but I find that I am struggling HARD on the questions they have on the CD. I usually do pretty decent on questions banks, like LANGE, Kaplan, etc. but these I am having such a hard time! Anyone else?
  8. https://www.doximity.com/doc_news/v2/entries/11542042 I dunno if the link will work. According to the article we are ranked the #25 job now. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  9. Selling access to Rosh Review! 1 year left (expires oct 2018) $110.
  10. Like new CME4LIFE PANCE/PANRE review course DVD set. All 16 DVD's are in perfect working order. Also included PANCE/PANRE prep pearls review book. No markings in the book and book is also in like new condition. This is over $500 value and a GREAT review for boards! This course is also approved for 25 hours Category 1 CME. TOPICS COVERED IN THIS DVD SET ARE AS FOLLOWS AND FOLLOWS NCCPA BLUEPRINT. Pharmacology Gastrointestinal/Nutritional Hematologic Neurology Cardiology Pulmonary EENT(Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat) Endocrine Genitourinary / Reproductive Infectious Diseases Dermatologic Musculoskeletal Psychiatry/Behavioral Radiology EKG Interpretation Bugs and Drugs I do not take credit for any of the material recorded or made in this DVD set from CME4LIFE. I am just selling my copy since I have taken and passed my boards with the help from this series. I am asking $400 for everything which is over $500 value. I used this course and DOMINATED the PANRE so it is a great study tool. Let me know if interested. I also have over 9 month subscription of KAPLAN q bank which I am selling for $100.
  11. HI, I have a copy of the Fast and ECG book to sell. This book is incredibly helpful in learning ECGs for PA school and for PANCE review. DVD included, book in excellent condition.
  12. I have PANCE / PANRE review material - books, DVDs, study guides etc. Recently tested and exceeded my score goals with these resources! . Message me if you are looking for material. Thank you!
  13. EMS calls ahead, and gives report "66-year-old female patient, unresponsive, multiple epis given, amio drip, bicarb, CPR, intubated … asystole, 15 minutes down time, will arrive in 10 minutes," is what I overhear over the radio while I am working in catching up with my charts. EMS arrived with the unresponsive patient, everyone in the ER rapidly working together trying to save her. The doctor frantically giving orders, asking EMS for more information. As per EMS, the patient was in dialysis when she suddenly collapsed. Sadly, after an hour of attempting resuscitation, it was time to call it, time of death 1:11 pm. It is difficult to watch someone die in front of you; no class can prepare you for it. But it is even more difficult when the family arrives, you have a front row seat to their cries, screams, shock, and disbelief. It was not my first time seeing someone die, but this death stayed with me more than the others because my grandma passed away the same way while getting dialysis. As you stand there, in the middle of it all, you wonder-- is there anything I could have done to prevent this? I found my answer in the PA profession. I believe that most medical problems can be prevented with the right care and knowledge, or medical conditions can be stopped from progressing. I want to become a PA to keep people and their families from experiencing the pain my family and I went through with my grandma. As a scribe, I have worked closely with PAs in the emergency department. Every day, I am amazed by their skills and knowledge. With every shift, I learn something new such about a new technique, diagnosis, or treatment. Working alongside PA's has taught me the significance in positive findings during a physical exam and their indications, analyzing blood work and imaging, and collaborating with the attending physicians, radiologists, and specialist to achieve the ultimate goal of treating the patient successfully. Learning about the medical field and how to provide optimal patient care has been exciting. Scribing has given me a VIP seat to what being a PA entails, but it leaves me with the desire of wanting to do more. The PAs I work with are never intimidated by how complicated a patient might present due their preparation before encountering them. They exude confidence because of their ability to ask questions with a supervising physician. One of the main reasons the PA profession is so appealing is because of the comfort in asking for guidance from an SP and the flexibility it offers in specializing due to my multiple interests in subjects. From my experiences, I love working in both the clinical setting and the ER. By becoming a PA, I would have the opportunity to practice in either setting. As a future PA, it is my goal to provide the best patient care I can by being prepared to take on difficult medical cases and work as a team to deliver optimal patient care. As a scribe working in the clinic, I have seen the high demand and need for PAs in South Texas, especially in the Rio Grande Valley. The Valley is a highly medically underserved area. The doctor I work with has over 1,000 patients assigned to her. If it were not because of the PAs, she would not be able to see all of them and provide the healthcare they deserve. They say clinic care is not exciting, but the PA's in the clinic have caught a couple of MI's or patients with sepsis, so that is a very inaccurate assumption. Those patient's lives were saved because of the PA's. I have seen first-hand the positive impact PA's have in clinic and ER. I have heard the patients "thank you's;" I have seen their faces of worry transform into faces of relief, their pain disappear. I want to be a part of that. The Valley is known to be made up mostly Spanish speaking residents, but a majority of the providers are only English speaking, or their Spanish is very limited. I know that being bilingual will help me in closing this language barrier. I love South Texas and know that I can positively impact the community when it comes to their medical needs because I know their language and the culture. My goal is to enroll into a PA program that will prepare me with the adequate skills and knowledge that are necessary to provide the best medical attention to the people of The Valley. I know that the PA journey will be challenging and difficult, but I am prepared for it. I spent 12 years of my life crossing the border every day for school and waking up at 5 in the morning to have the opportunity at a better future, I know challenging. The journey to get here has not been easy, I have overcome language barriers, I knew no English on my first day of school in the US, now I am fluent in it. Not only did my parents sacrifice allow me to graduate from a US high school, it also gave me the opportunity to attend a US university with a full ride scholarship. Everything I have done up to this point, I have done in order to succeed in this career. I know this career requires excellence, and I am prepared to give it all that I have in order to succeed as a physician assistant. I will continue to work hard until this goal is achieved.
  14. How is it that sometimes we find our purpose in tragedy. I lost my grandma to diabetes. Diabetes did not take mercy on her. It took her slowly, until there was nothing else to take. It started with her kidneys, they slowly stopped functioning, so she had to be placed on dialysis. Lucky for her, my aunts cared enough to be trained on the process, and she was able to have it done in her home, that's if you consider that lucky. The next thing diabetes took was her sight. It continued taking from her until there was nothing more to take. As if losing your sight was not enough, it took the sensation off of her feet, then it decided to take her toes and eventually her feet. What happens to a person that needs to be dialyzed every other day, can no longer see or walk? They slowly lose their will to live, until one day, that will is completely gone. It is an extremely difficult thing to watch someone you love, suffer on a daily basis. At the end of their journey, you find comfort in knowing that they are no longer suffering, but you also wonder, is there anything I could have done to prevent this? To my previous question, the PA profession was my answer. I believe that most medical problems can be prevented with the right care and knowledge, and if they cannot be prevented, they can be stopped from progressing. I want to become a PA because I want to keep people and their families from experiencing the pain my family and I went through with my grandma. I know it is not possible to save everyone, but I want the opportunity to at least try. I have always known I wanted to be a part of the medical field. Every time someone asks me, why do you want to be a physician assistant, my response is always because I cannot imagine being anything else. I placed myself in a job that would allow me to experience the duties of a physician assistant. I have seeing the ins and outs. I have been a part of it, not as a PA, but as scribe that works very closely with them in the clinic or in the emergency department. Every day, I am amazed by their skills and knowledge. I learn something new, a new approach, a new technique, a new diagnosis, a new treatment with every shift, and I just want to keep on learning. I have learned how to differentiate a Bell's Palsy from a TIA or a stroke. I have learned the importance of the NIH stroke scale and the importance of properly assessing the score. I can tell you that a sudden sharp pain to your back and a positive CVA most likely means a kidney stone or pyelonephritis due to a urinary tract infection. A pain to your RLQ with a high white blood cell count and a positive McBurney's point could definitely be a sign for acute appendicitis or how an elevated amylase/lipase level accompanied by nausea and vomiting probably means pancreatitis, especially if that pain occurs after eating greasy/spicy foods. I have loved every single minute of working as a scribe. I cannot wait to start this career and apply everything I have and will learn. Physician assistants are not afraid or intimidated by how complicated a patient might be because of how prepared they are. They have this confidence because if they have a question about how to proceed with a patient, they have the benefit of consulting with the attending physician. There are limitations to how much we know, which is why this is one of the great benefits of the physician assistant career. My main goal as a provider would be to offer the best care to a patient, and knowing that I have the opportunity to ask for help or guidance from the supervising attending would allow me to do that. I also like the flexibility of the PA career. As a PA, you have the opportunity to work in different specialties, for me that is essential because I have multiple interests. I love working in the clinic setting as well as the ER, and by becoming a PA, I would have the opportunity to work in both. As a scribe working in the clinic, I have seen the high demand and need for PA's in South Texas, especially in the Rio Grande Valley. The Valley is a highly underserved area, especially when it comes to healthcare. The doctor I work with, has over 1,000 patients assigned to her. If it were not because of the PA's, she would not be able to provide the care they deserve. They make a huge difference. The gratitude they receive from the patients is unlike any other. I love South Texas and know that I can positively impact the community when it comes to their medical needs My goal is to enroll into a PA program that will prepare me with the adequate skills and knowledge that are necessary to provide the best medical attention the people from The Valley deserve. I know that the PA journey will be challenging and difficult, I am counting on it. I know this career requires excellence, and I am prepared to give it all that I have in order to succeed as a physician assistant. I understand my grades my first three semesters are not the best. It was not easy adapting to college after being in the same school for 12 years. Those grades do not reflex who I am as a student, once I adapted and found a new study method that works for me, my GPA improved. . I will continue to work until this goal has been achieved
  15. How is it that sometimes we find our purpose in tragedy. I lost my grandma to diabetes. Diabetes did not take mercy on her. It took her slowly, until there was nothing else to take. It started with her kidneys, they slowly stopped functioning, so she had to be placed on dialysis. Lucky for her, my aunts cared enough to be trained on the process, and she was able to have it done in her home, that's if you consider that lucky. The next thing diabetes took was her sight. It continued taking from her until there was nothing more to take. As if losing your sight was not enough, it took the sensation off of her feet, then it decided to take her toes and eventually her feet. What happens to a person that needs to be dialyzed every other day, can no longer see or walk? They slowly lose their will to live, until one day, that will is completely gone. It is an extremely difficult thing to watch someone you love, suffer on a daily basis. At the end of their journey, you find comfort in knowing that they are no longer suffering, but you also wonder, is there anything I could have done to prevent this? To my previous question, the PA profession was my answer. I believe that most medical problems can be prevented with the right care and knowledge, and if they cannot be prevented, they can be stopped from progressing. I want to become a PA because I want to keep people and their families from experiencing the pain my family and I went through with my grandma. I know it is not possible to save everyone, but I want the opportunity to at least try. I have always known I wanted to be a part of the medical field. Every time someone asks me, why do you want to be a physician assistant, my response is always because I cannot imagine being anything else. I placed myself in a job that would allow me to experience the duties of a physician assistant. I have seeing the ins and outs. I have been a part of it, not as a PA, but as scribe that works very closely with them in the clinic or in the emergency department. Every day, I am amazed by their skills and knowledge. I learn something new, a new approach, a new technique, a new diagnosis, a new treatment with every shift, and I just want to keep on learning. I have learned how to differentiate a Bell's Palsy from a TIA or a stroke. I have learned the importance of the NIH stroke scale and the importance of properly assessing the score. I can tell you that a sudden sharp pain to your back and a positive CVA most likely means a kidney stone or pyelonephritis due to a urinary tract infection. A pain to your RLQ with a high white blood cell count and a positive McBurney's point could definitely be a sign for acute appendicitis or how an elevated amylase/lipase level accompanied by nausea and vomiting probably means pancreatitis, especially if that pain occurs after eating greasy/spicy foods. I have loved every single minute of working as a scribe. I cannot wait to start this career and apply everything I have and will learn. Physician assistants are not afraid or intimidated by how complicated a patient might be because of how prepared they are. They have this confidence because if they have a question about how to proceed with a patient, they have the benefit of consulting with the attending physician. There are limitations to how much we know, which is why this is one of the great benefits of the physician assistant career. My main goal as a provider would be to offer the best care to a patient, and knowing that I have the opportunity to ask for help or guidance from the supervising attending would allow me to do that. I also like the flexibility of the PA career. As a PA, you have the opportunity to work in different specialties, for me that is essential because I have multiple interests. I love working in the clinic setting as well as the ER, and by becoming a PA, I would have the opportunity to work in both. As a scribe working in the clinic, I have seen the high demand and need for PA's in South Texas, especially in the Rio Grande Valley. The Valley is a highly underserved area, especially when it comes to healthcare. The doctor I work with, has over 1,000 patients assigned to her. If it were not because of the PA's, she would not be able to provide the care they deserve. They make a huge difference. The gratitude they receive from the patients is unlike any other. I love South Texas and know that I can positively impact the community when it comes to their medical needs My goal is to enroll into a PA program that will prepare me with the adequate skills and knowledge that are necessary to provide the best medical attention the people from The Valley deserve. I know that the PA journey will be challenging and difficult, I am counting on it. I know this career requires excellence, and I am prepared to give it all that I have in order to succeed as a physician assistant. I understand my grades my first three semesters are not the best. It was not easy adapting to college after being in the same school for 12 years. Those grades do not reflex who I am as a student, once I adapted and found a new study method that works for me, my GPA improved. . I will continue to work until this goal has been achieved
  16. I work full time M-F in orthopedic surgery. However, there are no weekends/nights/holidays/call. What kind of side jobs do you guys have? I know per diem in urgent care is a good option, but I've only ever done ortho since graduating 1.5 years ago and I think it would be hard finding a place to train for occasional work. Any options for working from home? Thanks in advance.
  17. Dear PA Student or PA Grad, Since 2012, I have helped 59 students pass the PANCE and PANRE with Online tutoring. My students were from schools all across the United States... *Of the 7 first time takers, 100% passed. *Of those who had failed once, 97% passed. *Of those who failed twice, 95% passed. *And of those who failed three times, 91% passed after taking my course. These are awesome results. Now I am pleased to offer my complete personal Automated AudioVisual PANCE/PANRE tutoring course online. This course has taken me over 5 years to develop. It is a complete NCCPA Blueprint oriented AudioVisual PANCE, PANRE tutoring course with dynamic 1,200 Audiovisual pages. This course is a tutoring review of the NCCPA Blueprint. This is my complete Reasonably Priced ‘one on one’ tutoring course now online with text and audio. Our AV Tutoring course lasts for over 20 hours. I invite you to just visit my website at www.PrecipioLearning.com to watch a free AV sample, listen to our advisory and educational blogs, lists of helpful websites such as http://www.skillstat.com/tools/ecg-simulator also to make any statements or ask any questions you desire. I Worked with AND DEPENDED on you Physician Assistants in my medical practice and in the ER over many years and found you all to be dependable and just terrific. It is my profound and public sincere opinion that your commitment, resolve, integrity and intellect are the bright Future of Medical care here in the U.S. (and in other countries as well). Most Sincerely, John Athas, M.D. (retired) Level 1 Trauma ER M.D. Internist and Instructor in Medicine Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Fl
  18. Selling my CME4Life 16-DVD review series. Topics are separated by disc and include the following: 1. Pharmacology 2. Pulmonary 3. GI/Nutritional 4. Neurology 5. Cardiology 6. EKG Interpretation 7. EENT(Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat) 8. Endocrine 9. Reproductive 10. Infectious Disease 11. Dermatologic 12. Musculoskeletal 13. Psych 14. Radiology 15. Hematologic 16. Bugs and Drugs This series was definitely helpful for studying when you just didn't feel like reading anymore or needed better ways to remember certain topics. Was able to pass my boards by using these, along with PANCE Prep Pearls and the Kaplan Q Bank. Note: One of the DVD boxes has a cracked off corner. The box will still close completely and stay shut. The DVDs are not damaged/ scratched. I only watched each DVD a handful of times, so they are basically brand new. Retail is $499. Selling my DVDs for $400. PayPal only. Message me if interested.
  19. Hi, Just wondering if anyone knows anything about Chapman University's PA program (other than what is posted on their website)? Thought I could start a thread because I haven't seen any so far. It looks like the program will be matriculating their first class in January 2015. Some interesting features to point out are that they don't seem to have any required HCE hours, but require 50 hours of documented PA shadowing. They also require a Medical Ethics class as a prereq which I feel is unusual. Since they also have a bridge program that accepts undergrads directly from Chapman, I can't help but wonder if the program is aimed at younger students fresh out of undergrad (kind of like myself...) as well as Chapman students specifically. I'm not from the area, so I wonder how the clinical sites will be...? Now that Marshall B. Ketchum is also getting going, there may be competition between the two schools for preceptors in the orange county area...??? Anyone know about their reputations? Any information out there would be greatly appreciated! I'm pretty hesitant about applying to any new, provisionally accredited programs and if someone could tell me whether or not my worries are well-founded, that would be great. Thinking if I should even apply.
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