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  1. Hi, everyone. I'm a non-traditional student, wrapping up my associate's degree in psychology from a small state school (not a community college) in Georgia. This college only offers 3 bachelor degrees, which is why I would finish elsewhere. I was a student at Arizona State Online, but transferred to take my prerequisites and labs in person. All my science prerequisites with in-person labs for PA programs will be done prior to transferring to the next college for my bachelor's degree. Now that I'm almost done, I was originally planning to then finish my degree through ASU, but am now considerin
  2. UNM EMPA RESIDENCY: The University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine is excited to announce that we are accepting applicants now for our 2019-2020 class. Applications will close Feb 1st, 2019. Our class will start the last week of June, 2018 for an 18-month program for 2 residents. This year we have expanded our eligibility to applicants graduating an ARC-PA accredited program prior to May 31st, 2019. We strive to equip physician assistants with the clinical experiences and didactic teaching that will enable them to practice high-quality, evidence based em
  3. Just finished taking this course with a great group of guys in Orlando, FL. For those of you involved in pre-hospital medicine I HIGHLY recommend taking this course from a reputable provider with real world knowledge on the subject. ( I'm not going to market any one course instructor or school, do your research) After the Pulse night club shooting the PD and EMS/Fire departments in Central and North Florida are starting to push to get all the first responders trained in tactical EMS to help stop the bleed and improve patient and officer survival. This is now becoming a trend away from
  4. Love to hear some opinions on my personal essay. Im sure there are some grammatical errors as this is first draft. More interested in flow, content, readability, does opening hook you to read more? All advice and input is welcome. Thanks It’s 3 am I wake up to bright lights and a strangers loud voice. “Medical Emergency Engine 2” being a rookie it took me a bit to shake off the sluggish feeling before I realized the address was the a low income housing area common place for medical emergencies in our district. In my first 2 months we had 11 medical calls to this location alone, including 3
  5. In addition to 10 years as a PA in Emergency Medicine, I spent the 10 years prior to that working in both paid and volunteer EMS. While in PA school, I met many fellow students with similar backgrounds in EMS. Given such a combined history, many PA's would be a perfect fit in Flight Medicine. Not to be crass or conceited and no offense to paramedics and RN's, PA's with that combined background would be the perfect fit. The EMS background gives us the familiarity with EMS protocols and our training exceeds that of RN's and paramedics. However, I have not been able to find a flight medicine prog
  6. Hello, I'm soon going to graduate from high school and i got accepted into a university that offers pre-physician assistant program and i'm not sure whether i should go ahead and go or save some money and go to a local community college and later transfer?? So i guess in shorter terms is a pre-physician program necessary to be accepted into a PA school? I should mention i plan to major in bio-health sciences.
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