notanotherpa Posted May 20, 2021 Share Posted May 20, 2021 objective as possible High teacher turnover (there is hardly anyone left who taught last year) Clinical staff placing students in rotations that do not fulfill ARC-PA standards High EORE fail rates compared to other universities Under national average class performance on PANCE in 2020 Feedback is discussed in person and anonymously, but rarely changes are made Difficulty placing students in rotations that are educational due lockouts from large hospital systems required travel / stay in various cities for many rotations increases overall costs on students as there is not enough options in the region for all students in rotations such as Pediatrics, General Surgery, Women's Health, and more Overall, if you can do it, try to go somewhere else. The overall education may be more expensive elsewhere, but worth it in comparison. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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