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  1. Has anyone ever done an elective rotation at MD Anderson? I am very interested in applying but so far all of the housing options are more than $1000 a month (plus the rent I already pay for my apartment by my school). I am trying to weigh the price vs the benefits and experiences that I could gain at MD Anderson. Any advice would be appreciated!
  2. Hey guys! I'll be starting a pediatric hematology / oncology rotation soon. I would love recommendations on books/resources to help me prepare. TIA
  3. Hi everyone, prospective PA here. I'm wondering if there are any PAs here that have practiced in oncology or were/are hospitalists that work closely with cancer patients. I find cancer to be a fascinating field that earns the respect of the most empathetic healthcare professionals. The nurses on the oncology unit where I work are outstanding in terms of quality of care. I haven't seen many oncological PAs in the hospital - only MDs or DOs. I want to hear about your experiences and what you do on the daily. What are your struggles on the job? What do you love about your job? How is oncolog
  4. Hi, I'm in an accelerated PA program in Massachusetts. In January I'll be starting my year of rotations and I have an interest in oncology. My program does not offer any rotations in oncology, so I found the application for the Dana Farber Adult oncology rotation. Has anyone applied or participated in this rotation? If so, any advice is appreciated. I've also looked at the MD Anderson application and was happy to see they offer a pediatric oncology option as well so I may apply there too. Thanks!
  5. Does anyone have experience in a Breast Care Center? One of the hospitals I rotated through for clinicals was establishing a center with an NP to see pre-ops and post-ops. I scrubbed several breast cases during that clinical and all were assisted by the general surgergy PA's so I'm not sure what opportunities might exist in terms of OR time. If anyone has seen or experienced this type of oncology setting please share! It's a subspecialty I had not considered before but could be so fulfilling and personally rewarding.
  6. Hi Everyone, I have been a PA for 5 years now with 4 years experience in BMT, Hematology/Oncology. My current job, which I have been at for 2 years now merged with a larger oncology organization about 1.5 years ago. However, for some reason, my practice is "financially separate" from the large organization for a certain number of months (which we were told was up in April 2017 and we would be fully "owned" by the large company). Anyways, the large company has increased all advanced providers salaries to the "median" salary (and I have no clue where they got their information from), but
  7. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fNLhxKpfCnA ???? just wondering if there are any practicing oncology PAs that are active here? The APAO site has no traffic on the forums (other than spam) and I'd love to be able to talk to some oncology PAs (In addition to those I know in real life). I am a month away from graduating and a few months away (depending on licensing and credentialing) from being an oncology PA! Well, assuming I pass my boards on the first try and want one of the offers that are heading my way....
  8. I decided to make a discussion about ways to study oncology while in PA school. The infomation is overwhelming. What should I focus on?
  9. 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!
  10. I just got a job as an anesthesia tech but I'm not sure that what I'm doing is very applicable to the PA profession and I'm worried its not preparing me enough. What health care job is best?
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