Moderator EMEDPA Posted December 3, 2013 Moderator Share Posted December 3, 2013 The first step in solving a problem is defining the cause of the problem. This very well could be it. With all the doom and gloom about more programs and more PA's...there might be a silver lining. There is strength in numbers. Numbers = membership = money = influence. Now just get the right folks in. Just a thought...I profess no expertise in medical politics. the problem is that the avg admitted applicant today is not the right type of person to represent our profession. they are folks with minimal experience who want an easy check and want to raise a family as their primary goal in life. it's a fine goal but if your focus is "kids by 25" > be a quality medical provider you end up with a bunch of folks who say things like " getting a B- in clinical medicine is good enough". Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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