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  1. Petunia

    sold

    comprehensive explanations
  2. This is the link to my posting on EBay. Shoot me a message to let me know that you accessed the post from this forum and I’ll give you a discount. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=264141685153&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111
  3. jathas

    PANCE Tutor

    PANCE Tutor I am an online tutor for the PANCE. I'm a retired M.D., retired since 2002, with 22 years teaching PA's, medical interns and Med. students. As far as I know, I'm the only live online PA Tutor in the country! I have been successfully tutoring matriculating PA students and PANCE/PANRE candidates from California to New York for 8 years. I really enjoy teaching......and I really believe in and I am a strong advocate for PAs. I tutor only PA students, and I am fully committed to the PA profession because I believe in it. I had a great working relationship with PAs in my practice for many years, and found PAs to be so Far Superior to the other 'similar' providers (I think you know whom I mean - lol). Pass rates since 2010 for our 68 students using us are 99% for first time takers and 93% for students having failed 1-4 times. Anyhow, If you need some help I am here and available as time allows. Feel free to call me at 617-816-8467 for advice, or with questions - and visit our website at Precipio Learning. You People Are the Future of Medicine..... Best, Dr. John Precipio Learning LLC Since 2010
  4. 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. It's helped a lot of students with the USMLE for med school, has helped me in classes and is helpful for the important topics for board prep. The link to his podcast is below along with his words describing it and a brief bio on him. Med students and PA students alike are drawn to the way he teaches important, but sometimes hard to grasp info, and his genuine excitement for medicine. It only costs $3 a month to get multiple podcasts per month with PDFs and weekly blog posts (and you can pay less if you want as well). Also, here is a link to a video of him describing the podcast, so you can see who you're learning from. https://youtu.be/HogqPPmee5g Try it out, tell your friends, and let either me or him know your thoughts! He's super open to suggestions about how to make it better and more beneficial. THANKS! -Taylor Podcast: "Medical Bombs of Knowledge" https://www.patreon.com/bombsofknowledge He wants to expand his audience beyond UTHSC students so he asked me to post the below info about him and his podcast: "Hi! My name is Blake Briggs and I'm an ER resident at Wake Forest Baptist Health in NC. I have been a PA and med school tutor for over 4 years and wrote a board review book that was published in 2016. Have you ever felt that things could be taught better in PA school? From what I've seen, there 2 things missing in medical education these days that we could use more of: 1. EXCITEMENT! 2. High-yield teaching that makes things SIMPLE I want to change that! Medicine is incredible! It should be taught that way, so I'd like to introduce you to Medical Bombs of Knowledge, where I publish high-yield podcasts that are ENTERTAINING, ENJOYABLE, and teach you the classic board style presentations of cases. Basically, you learn the important stuff in a FUN and more direct way. Every podcast can be sped up, comes with a DOWNLOADABLE PDF SCRIPT that has high-yield topics, and I write blogs WEEKLY on various topics I come across. The monthly membership is suggested $3, but you can pay whatever you want based on your finances. Click here and give it a shot, what do you have to lose except a new way to better master the material and be a future PA: https://www.patreon.com/bombsofknowledge Bombs Away, Blake Briggs, MD Brief Bio: Blake Briggs received his Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, in Memphis, TN. He was awarded the Faculty Award for Excellence for graduating with a 4.0, and was bestowed the AOA Scholars Award for "Most Likely to Contribute to the Medical Profession." He completed his undergraduate studies with a B.A., Magna Cum Laude, from Wake Forest University. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and Gold Humanism Honor Society. Since his first year of medical school, he has tutored a variety of scientific disciplines for medical, dental, and physician assistant students. In 2016, he published a 417-page book, 201 Pathophysiology Questions, which is a high-yield manuscript for medical board preparations for both PA and medical students. It is currently available on Amazon. He continues to enjoy his role as teacher, with a focus on a logical approach to the basic sciences and organ systems, in which students memorize less and understand more. Besides a strong medical knowledge base, Dr. Briggs also has a robust interest in hiking, biking and backpacking the globe.
  5. 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. The link to his podcast is below along with his words describing it and a brief bio on him. Med students and PA students alike are drawn to the way he teaches important, but sometimes hard to grasp info, and his genuine excitement for medicine. It only costs $3 a month to get multiple podcasts per month with PDFs and weekly blog posts (and you can pay less if you want as well). Also, here is a link to a video of him describing the podcast, so you can see who you're learning from. https://youtu.be/HogqPPmee5g Try it out, tell your friends, and let either me or him know your thoughts! He's super open to suggestions about how to make it better and more beneficial. THANKS! -Taylor Podcast: "Medical Bombs of Knowledge" https://www.patreon.com/bombsofknowledge He wants to expand his audience beyond UTHSC students so he asked me to post the below info about him and his podcast: "Hi! My name is Blake Briggs and I'm an ER resident at Wake Forest Baptist Health in NC. I have been a PA and med school tutor for over 4 years and wrote a board review book that was published in 2016. Have you ever felt that things could be taught better in PA school? From what I've seen, there 2 things missing in medical education these days that we could use more of: 1. EXCITEMENT! 2. High-yield teaching that makes things SIMPLE I want to change that! Medicine is incredible! It should be taught that way, so I'd like to introduce you to Medical Bombs of Knowledge, where I publish high-yield podcasts that are ENTERTAINING, ENJOYABLE, and teach you the classic board style presentations of cases. Basically, you learn the important stuff in a FUN and more direct way. Every podcast can be sped up, comes with a DOWNLOADABLE PDF SCRIPT that has high-yield topics, and I write blogs WEEKLY on various topics I come across. The monthly membership is suggested $3, but you can pay whatever you want based on your finances. Click here and give it a shot, what do you have to lose except a new way to better master the material and be a future PA: https://www.patreon.com/bombsofknowledge Bombs Away, Blake Briggs, MD Brief Bio: Blake Briggs received his Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, in Memphis, TN. He was awarded the Faculty Award for Excellence for graduating with a 4.0, and was bestowed the AOA Scholars Award for "Most Likely to Contribute to the Medical Profession." He completed his undergraduate studies with a B.A., Magna Cum Laude, from Wake Forest University. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and Gold Humanism Honor Society. Since his first year of medical school, he has tutored a variety of scientific disciplines for medical, dental, and physician assistant students. In 2016, he published a 417-page book, 201 Pathophysiology Questions, which is a high-yield manuscript for medical board preparations for both PA and medical students. It is currently available on Amazon. He continues to enjoy his role as teacher, with a focus on a logical approach to the basic sciences and organ systems, in which students memorize less and understand more. Besides a strong medical knowledge base, Dr. Briggs also has a robust interest in hiking, biking and backpacking the globe.
  6. They offer in class as well as online classes(the online you go in to do the skill assessment as well as clinical portion, the 100 hours of didactic is online). I am trying to decide what one I should take. I was just wondering if anyone took it online and if they felt like the resources they provided was enough to succeed in an online envmt. I just don't know how challenging the course work is/ how easy it is to learn w/o an instructor
  7. Hi all, If you wouldn't mind filling out this 30 second survey for my public health class. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LZR523B Thank you!
  8. Dear PA Student or PA Grad, Since 2012, I have helped 59 students pass the PANCE and PANRE with Online tutoring. My students were from schools all across the United States... *Of the 7 first time takers, 100% passed. *Of those who had failed once, 97% passed. *Of those who failed twice, 95% passed. *And of those who failed three times, 91% passed after taking my course. These are awesome results. Now I am pleased to offer my complete personal Automated AudioVisual PANCE/PANRE tutoring course online. This course has taken me over 5 years to develop. It is a complete NCCPA Blueprint oriented AudioVisual PANCE, PANRE tutoring course with dynamic 1,200 Audiovisual pages. This course is a tutoring review of the NCCPA Blueprint. This is my complete Reasonably Priced ‘one on one’ tutoring course now online with text and audio. Our AV Tutoring course lasts for over 20 hours. I invite you to just visit my website at www.PrecipioLearning.com to watch a free AV sample, listen to our advisory and educational blogs, lists of helpful websites such as http://www.skillstat.com/tools/ecg-simulator also to make any statements or ask any questions you desire. I Worked with AND DEPENDED on you Physician Assistants in my medical practice and in the ER over many years and found you all to be dependable and just terrific. It is my profound and public sincere opinion that your commitment, resolve, integrity and intellect are the bright Future of Medical care here in the U.S. (and in other countries as well). Most Sincerely, John Athas, M.D. (retired) Level 1 Trauma ER M.D. Internist and Instructor in Medicine Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Fl
  9. jathas

    PANCE/PANRE

    Dear PA Student or PA Grad, After personally tutoring PA students matriculating in PA schools for 2 years, I began tutoring graduates who were about to take the PANCE for the first time. 100% of the first five I tutored scored high. After teaching for over 20 years, I have made these subjects relatively simple to learn without memorization! And since 2012, I have helped 57 students pass the PANCE and PANRE. My students are from schools all across the U.S. Feel free to call me at 617-816-8467 or email me at Precipiolearning@gmail.com with any questions Most Sincerely, John John Athas, M.D. (retired) Level 1 Trauma ER M.D. Instructor in Medicine I encourage you to visit my website at www.PrecipioLearning.com
  10. I know that all physician assistant programs want a "C" or better in all of the prerequisites, but if I got a bad grade in a couple of the classes, will that affect me the most, or can I convince the school of my choice to still let me in? The bad grade could be due to a type of distraction.
  11. I have started a blog -- about 6 months ago -- I am a PA educator and former lecturer for CME resources. It really is FREE --- post Q's, and I will answer. There are more than 100 concise, to the point, blog posts of "pearls" and the most commonly missed concepts on the exam. I have helped more than 100 people pass now who had not passed on several attempts at both PANCE and PANRE. It really is about knowing HOW to study for this test. So, visit the blog -- and scroll all the way down to the earliest posts about HOW to study -- then read through --- there are also "worksheets" on "formulating the most likely diagnosis" which is 18% of all the test Q's you will have to answer. Let me know if I can help! jackiekazik.tumblr.com
  12. Took Pance last week. FAILED. Sections I did poor in: Cardio 50% EENT 55% GU 59% Ortho 55% Neuro 59% OBGYN 40% Psych. 45% Heme 0% All other sections above 60%. How I prepped ? Exammaster and Packrats Only for 2.5 weeks. Scores on EM do not correlate with how poorly I performed in these above sections. I understand my preparation was poor; however, I thought I'd barely pass (My advice-don't take the test if you're not ready, or if your parents pressure you to take it). Nonetheless, I got a score of 299. About 51 points shy of passing. It's depressing. It was a rude awakening for sure and opened my eyes to take this test seriously. I learned my lesson. POOR TEST PREP = FAILED. Those who have passed, please advice me how to pass. I purchased Pancemaster (it's a great program so far). I have VanRhree (Green book), Auth book, Davis/Diamond book (Rainbow book), Yellow book (Lange Q/A) AAPA book, which I used none of the first time. I plan to do the CME resources course. Please help me-this is depressing. I need guidance and help to ramp up my weaknesses. Any study schedules, websites, etc would be greatly appreciated. Second time will be better because I am going to prepare. If those have retaken, please offer advice of how to pass it. Thanks, Here are some links that I am now using (wish I had researched earlier, but I want to help others from my mistake!) 1. https://twitter.com/boardreviewnow 2. http://thepalife.com/pance-panre/ (anyone find this helpful?) 3. http://quizlet.com/13488757/pance-review-set1-flash-cards/ 4. http://almostadoctor.co.uk/content/browse 5. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/cgi-bin/search?q=cache:I4UfiqcaRkQJ:www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/hypertension/phycard.pdf+DASH+Diet&site=NHLBI_Public&proxystylesheet=NHLBI_Public_frontend&ie=UTF-8&access=p&oe=UTF-8 6. http://students.washington.edu/aomega/turkey.shtml (GREAT source) 7. http://www.freezingblue.com/iphone/flashcards/printPreview.php?fileid=93182 (flashcards) 8. http://www.flashcardexchange.com/tag/pance (PANCE CArDS) 9. http://www.flashcardmachine.com/medical.html (MED cards) 10. http://www.open-er.com/ 11. http://www.wheelessonline.com/ (Great for ortho! wish I did my research!) 12. http://lulabelleismyshihtzu.tumblr.com/ (visual learners-pictures) 13. Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/physician-assistant-exam-review/id505246808 (FREE PODCAST) http://www.physicianassistantexamreview.com/ (his website) 14. http://biancabelcherpa.blogspot.com/search/label/PANCE (this PA blog is awesome!) 15. http://www.testprepreview.com/pance_practice.htm
  13. HI, I'M SELLING THE 5-DAY CME RESOURCE BINDER FROM JANUARY 2013 FOR $100. INCLUDES: Day 1: critical thinking, cardiology I, gastroenterology, hematology, women's health. Day 2: cardiology II, endocrinology, opthalmology, cardiology IV, nephrology, EKG Day 3: cardiology III, urology, rheumatology, pediatrics, dermatology Day 4: pulmonology, antimicrobial, pharmacology, infectious disease Day 5: Neurology, psychiatry, orthopedics, ENT 4 SAMPLE EXAMS EACH 120 QUESTIONS WITH EXPLANATIONS. SEND ME A MESSAGE WITH ANY QUESTIONS IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. THANKS.
  14. Hello, I am 33 years, majoring in IT (maybe 2015), but my dreams are the Health Care field. Cuban with just 4 years here, my reading and listening skills are good but my speaking is very very poor. some advice please.
  15. Hello, I am 33 years, majoring in IT (maybe 2015), but my dreams are the Health Care field. Cuban with just 4 years here, my reading and listening skills are good but my speaking is very very poor. some advice please.
  16. I was wondering if anyone has experience with the Kaplan Qbank as well as the CME 5 or 3 day review course (http://www.cmeresources.com/5DayPANCEPANREReview.aspx)? I am considering doing both, but wanted to make sure it was worth the money and time. Is there any additional things you recommend doing? Also, what is your recommendation as far as timing. How long before taking boards should I take the review course? Currently, I'm thinking of studying about 2 weeks after graduation, taking the review course, and then 1-2 weeks after review course, taking boards... Any advice from people who have already taken it would be much appreciated! Thanks!
  17. Well, I did it! ~ After taking the PANCE last week, I just found out I passed with room to spare! So, I have the following Review Materials for sale ~ I'm very flexible on price ~ something that's fair to me and affordable for you. I won't need them again for six years, so they're headed for my basement! (yea!) 1. "A Comprehensive Review for the Certification & Re-certification Examinations for Physician Assistants" ~ 4th Edition Written by Claire Babcock O'Connell & Sarah F. Zarbock *This includes full access to the book online, and the accompanying On-line Question Bank - (800+ questions and answers)* 2. "Physician Assistant Board Review" ~ 2nd Edition, by James Van Rhee *(This includes full access to the book online, and the accompanying On-line Question Bank - (600+ questions and answers)* 3. Emory University Review Course DVD / Audio MP3 / MV4 for iPad. iTouch, iPhone - 2011 - 2014 Edition Formatted forWindows XP / 7 / Vista ~ (The DVD is unopened and never been used.) I attended the Emory Course last month 4. CME Resources PANCE / PANRE Review Course Binder with all the accompanying Syllabus Notes and Tests with Answer Key If you're interested, you can post a message here, or email me directly at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com
  18. I have a Brand-new Emory Board Review Course DVD for sale, 2011-2014 edition (purchased September, 2011) Windows edition. The DVD I have is the newest one, is brand new, and it's still in the package - never been opened. I attended the Emory course last week and the DVD was included in the tuition for the course. I'm open to selling it for whatever you can afford and whatever price you think is fair. E-mail me at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com
  19. Selling the AAPA review Book - "A Comprehensive Review for the Certification & Recertification Examinations for Physician Assistants" with Online Access to Full Text and Interactive Test Questions Banks 600 questions - (by Claire Babcock O'Connell - 4th Edition) $20.00 plus small shipping cost. Email me at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com Thanks
  20. I'm looking to hire an experienced PA, PA Educator, or Proficient / Advanced PA Student in the Atlanta / North Georgia Area I would like to find a PA or Advanced PA Student that is willing to work with me individually, for compensation, to tutor me several hours a week over the next 3 months in my preparations for the PANCE. I hope that I can find someone that's interested in helping me. Please leave a reply here, or email me directly at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com Thanks
  21. I'm looking to hire an experienced PA, PA Educator, or Proficient / Advanced PA Student in the Atlanta / North Georgia Area I would like to find a PA or Advanced PA Student that is willing to work with me individually, for compensation, to tutor me several hours a week over the next 3 months in my preparations for the PANCE. I hope that I can find someone that's interested in helping me. Please leave a reply here, or email me directly at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com Thanks
  22. I'm interested in forming an informal PANCE/PANRE Study Group to get together to discuss and prepare for the NCCPA Exam If there are any PA's of PA Students in the Atlanta / North GA area that are interested, please leave me a message here, or email me directly at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com ... Thanks
  23. Emory Board Review Course DVDs for sale, 2011-2014 edition (purchased May 2011). Windows edition. E-mail swim_chik_04@hotmail.com if interested.
  24. E-mail swim_chik_04@hotmail.com if interested.
  25. Practiced over 15 years, have not worked as PA-C last 10... just starting in on PANCE studies. I need to review clinical medicine, current pharma, ER topics, etc and have looked at the Challenger Online course - that seems to meet my needs, but it's pricey at $595. Can you suggest a similar online review course that gives disease condition overviews as well as Q &A exam prep? I do well with audio learning...Can anyone suggest a course with audio component? Anyone have a used Emery review course (DVD or CD - ROM) for sale? Thanks!
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