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  1. Hey guys! I'll be starting a pediatric hematology / oncology rotation soon. I would love recommendations on books/resources to help me prepare. TIA
  2. Hey All! I'm currently a PA student at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and my absurdly smart tutor (who abandoned me to go be a doctor, ugh) wrote a board review book during his M3 year, and has created a podcast where all the episodes are around 20-30 minutes, funny, interesting, ABSURDLY HELPFUL and come with a PDF study sheet with all of the info on it. I've used it for hematology, urology, nephrology, neurology and pulmonology so far and it's been really really helpful. He creates unique mnemonics and tells funny stories to help you easily remember the important info.
  3. I know this is a long shot but I was just writing to see if anyone has had a similar experience or can offer some insight on my situation. I was just accepted to the school of my choice! Yay! I had a auto SCT in March of 2014. I just started getting my re-vaccinations in January of this year. The school I'm accepted at requires titers within 30 days of acceptance. I had my titers drawn today but my hematologist warned that my level of immunity probably decreased or disappeared. If they do come back negative, I know it's going to take some convincing and consulting with my hematologist and infe
  4. Does anyone work in peds hem/onc? My dream job would be to work in that inpatient specialty. I am coming upon the end as my first year as a PA-C in family medicine, and I didn't practice as much peds as I would have hoped. So I am looking into getting more solid peds experience. While I am getting that, is there any way I can get more experience in hem/onc? Classes or certification I can take? All the jobs seem to require at least 2-3 years of experience, but I'd like to learn as much as possible about it. Wondering how to get my foot in the door. Thanks so much!
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