After the nerves, after the jumbled thoughts, after you don't even remember what was being said for the past 30 minutes, after the interview there's a few things you should remember to do like... Debrief If you can still sort out what was said, what was asked, and how you answered, I would suggest quickly … Continue reading Interview Series Pt. 3

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Interview Series Pt. 3

The day that many people could only wish for, and the day you feel lucky enough to come by: interview day. When I first began receiving interview invites during my second round of applying, I felt "over the moon" joy about getting a chance to attend Physician Assistant school. Not only that, but I felt … Continue reading The Interview Series Pt. 2

The Interview Series Pt. 2

The Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask a Practicing Physician Assistant

Savanna from The PA Platform is here with us to answer the questions you've always wanted to ask a PA-C! Savanna is currently practicing full-time in dermatology, while also running The PA Platform, her blog site that provides information about the PA profession and helps hopeful Pre-PA students achieve their goals! Check out her page after reading … Continue reading The Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask a Practicing Physician Assistant

Christmas Gift Guide for your Health Care Professional

We are so close to Christmas (14 DAYS) and I know there are people that haven't began to look for gifts for your friends, family, and significant others who are in the health care field so here is a short guide for gifts that your health care professional would love and be forever thankful for! … Continue reading Christmas Gift Guide for your Health Care Professional

Direct Patient Care and Common Routes

One way that Physician Assistant school is different from Nursing or Medical school is the requirement of obtaining direct patient care hours before applying and matriculation. Direct patient care is usually described as a hands on job in the healthcare field that returns payment. PA schools requirements are all very different, so when applying, make … Continue reading Direct Patient Care and Common Routes