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the new PAEA program directory ROCKS!!! go check it out!


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Hello future-PAs,

The PAEA just posted their new directory a few days ago. This is an incredible resource. They have made massive improvements - it's a whole new beast!!! Go check it out. They now allow you to access a limited portion of the directory for free with a ton of new information for those who paid the $30 membership fee. On the front page of the directory they list the accreditation status of each of the 183 programs in the US. The search engine for the directory is way more powerful and useful now too!

 

http://directory.paeaonline.org/

 

Also a very cool resource, http://pafocus.org/

 

Cheers & Good Luck,

HM2PA

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