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  1. Hey guys! I'm super excited to start PA school in May 2019! With that being said, I'm curious to know what your favorite books are to prep for the exams/PANCE? Some of the first year PA students I've talked to recommended Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, Blueprints Medicine, and PANCE Prep Pearls. I'm keeping these suggestions on the back burner until PA school starts & if I need some additional information. I would appreciate any other recommendations, thanks!
  2. Selling both Andrew Rodican books, both paperback. "The Ultimate Guide to getting into Physician Assistant School"- 3rd edition. Lightly used/great condition. Only one highlighted section (see photos). "How to Ace the Physician Assistant School Interview"- lightly used. A few highlighted sections, most being pencil. Doesn't interfere with future use of the book. Selling both for $30+shipping to respective area. Books sell for full price for about $30 each on Amazon for new. I would like to sell both at once versus splitting the set. I have them listed on the Facebook marketplace (see lin
  3. Curious if anyone had recommendations for useful gastroenterology books, as I will begin working in an inpatient & outpatient setting in 2 weeks. I would like to study the "basics" so the practice doesn't instantly regret hiring me ;) Any recommendations (or even advice) is greatly appreciated! Thanks! (P.S. -- yes, I did see that the same question was posted in 2011. Though, would like to see if people have different ideas 7 years later!)
  4. Hey guys! I'll be starting a pediatric hematology / oncology rotation soon. I would love recommendations on books/resources to help me prepare. TIA
  5. I'm taking my exam next week and have a few books from my clinical year that I'd like to sell for a marginal price to someone who could benefit from them. These are what I have: A Comprehensive Review For the Certification and Recertification Examinations for Physician Assistants Fifth Edition https://www.amazon.com/Comprehensive-Certification-Recertification-Examinations-Assistants/dp/145119109X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1498933789&sr=8-1&keywords=a+comprehensive+review+for+the+certification+and+recertification Lange Q&A Physician Assistant Examination,
  6. Good list of the best Emergency Medicine books... helped with getting up to speed when I switched to EM. Read it here
  7. I live in Ft Worth, TX. I graduated in Nov 2012, I'll be eligible to take PANRE 2017 & 2018. I'm studying from Davis, the green Cert & ReCert book and the HippoEd course recommended by the NCCPA. Any comments? How well did the HippoEd course serve you? I intend taking PANRE in Jan 2017.
  8. I have some books that could provide good use to a student either in their didactic or clinical year. Blueprints Series: Pediatric Medicine OB/GYN Emergency Medicine (2) Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics 5th Ed Obstetrics and Gynecology 5th Ed by Beckman, Ling, et all Essential Guide to Primary Care Procedures Physician Assistant - A Guide to Clinical Practices Color Atlas of Anatomy Step up to Surgery Clinical Psychiatry DSM-IV And a few others. All are in great shape, with the exception of a couple covers. I'd be willing to sell these for an extremely reasona
  9. I am selling the following books as a bundle package- The were many of the texts used at Western University of Health Science during my didactic year (2015). $450 approx value per a cumulative total taken from the lower end prices on Amazon. I’m selling all of them for $400. Some have some highlights and wear. My assumption is that a good number of these books will still be used as the professors don’t change text often and the difference between editions is minor. Even so, if a book or two gets dropped from the syllabus its still a great deal. You can contact me via my email at jasonl
  10. I am a recent new graduate and will very soon begin a job in urgent care. Does anyone have any good reference books they would recommend? Two books that I have found online that look promising are: "Minor Emergencies: splinters to fractures" and "Textbook of urgent care medicine" . Any one that knows which one may be better or any other options for a new grad in urgent care, please let me know! Thanks.
  11. Hello, I am a pre-PA student in my junior year of my undergraduate studies. I chose Psychology as a major because I was initially attempting to get into an RN program, finished most of the PA school prerequisites in my first 2 years, and wanted to study something I found interesting and applicable to being a PA when I transferred to a University. As I am taking my time on the way to PA school and chiseling away at my required HCE I won't be applying for at least another 2 years. I have a lot of free time and find the lack of medicine, Anatomy, and physiology specific studies getting a bit bori
  12. What are the Books and/or EBooks on your nightstand right now, and WHY?
  13. Literally, as it says, everything. From study tips to general information, lists of courses, lists of books to study from, lists of test/question bank resources (free and paid), phone applications and web applications (including other helpful blogs). I've compiled a list of it all. Hopefully this will get you through the PANCE and through every PANRE you'll ever take. Good luck fellow PA students and PA-C's! http://doseofpa.blogspot.com/2014/04/everything-you-need-to-know-about.html
  14. I have a huge library of ebooks I purchased. I offering my a package of 5 (25$ each) -10 ebooks ($20 each). Trust me, you won't find a cheaper deal. Also, if you don't mind telling me if you are a medical student, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant student. Books: None of the books on Ebay or Amazon are cheaper than $40. Bates Guide to PE and History Clinical Radiology Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series) Clinician's Pocket Reference Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2013 Differential Diagnosis Mnemonics First Aid Cases for the USMLE Step 2 CK 2ed 2010 First
  15. Hi everyone! I am preparing myself early for o'chem and was wondering if anyone of you could make some recommendations in how to study o'chem? Tips, tricks, books etc
  16. Hi everyone! I am preparing myself early for pharm and was wondering if anyone of you could make some recommendations in how to study pharm? Tips, tricks, books etc
  17. I have just been accepted to PA school at the University of Colordo - Denver and I was wondering if anyone actually referred back to their textbooks from undergrad? Basically, I am wondering if they are worth keeping (and moving across the US) or if I should donate/sell them?? I figure my anatomy book is worth keeping but what about various chemistry textbooks? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks
  18. I have my opinion on this situation but wanted to see yours. You see a brand new patient who reports to you a severe headache that came on after a spinal tap a month ago. It was positional at first but now constant and severe. To cut to the chase, you are concerned about a persistent CSF leak. You order a targeted blood patch through anesthesiology. As the patient is leaving they explain that their PCP has started them on morphine and you need to re-write it. To which you explain that you don't treat low pressure headaches with morphine, but do give them a step down narcotic for a tap
  19. My application is already submitted, but I was thinking today about something I wrote and have gotten myself worried! I am currently working as a CNA in surgery services at a nearby hospital. Although my scope of practice as a CNA does not technically include things like wound care and removing staples, I am often permitted to do such tasks (after being trained). I wanted to make the point in my personal statement that I am eager to take on more responsibilities and be able to provide more care for patients, and listed a few of the things that I have been trained to do on my unit. However,
  20. Brody's Human Pharmacology, 4th Ed.; ISBN 0323032869; $15 Harrison's Manual of Medicine, 16th Ed.; ISBN 0071444416; $11 PA's Guide to Research & Medical Lit, 2nd Ed; ISBN 0803612443; $25 Current Emergency Dx & Tx; 5th Ed., ISBN 0838514502; $20 Current Dx & Tx in Psychiatry, ISBN 0838514626; $17.50 PA: A Guide to Cinical Practice, 3rd Ed., ISBN 0721600174; $18.50 PA: A Guide to Cinical Practice, 4th Ed., ISBN 9781416044857; $58 (with Online Code) Pathophysiology of Dx, 5th Ed,. ISBN 007144159X, $13.50 Current Dx & Tx OB/GYN, 10th Ed., ISBN 0071439
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