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  1. Hey all, I am currently a 1st year graduate student for athletic training. I am looking into become a PA. Looking to withdraw from my program to pursue PA prerequisites but not sure if this was a good idea. Or if I should complete my program then complete prerequisites. Thanks!
  2. Hello, I am an Athletic Trainer and I am considering PA school. I am curious to hear from those of you who have the PA-C, ATC combination. What "specialty" do you currently practice, and in what setting? Do you still practice as an ATC, and if so, how? I ask because I have heard of PA-C/ATCs still in the athletic training room, and I more or less want to confirm that it can be possible. I also would like to know if that is completely legal with anti-kickback and other such laws? Any help would be great. Thanks, AK
  3. Hello PAForum! I tried searching for information on this forum, but I came up with little results and not much time to grind through previous posts at the moment. So I apologize if this presents itself as redundant! Anyways, I am currently finishing up my medic associates degree. What is the best undergrad course of study to move on to? I have biochem on my mind but I would like to cut my time in undergrad as much as possible. I wasn't sure what from my Associates would translate to a BS in order to cut down my workload (and ultimately the cost of undergrad... which is the real purpose behind this question). I am familiar with the prereqs for schools that I am interested, but not too knowledgeable on the most efficient way to tackle these goals with an AD in Paramedicine moving forward into a BS program. I appreciate you taking the time to read and reply!
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