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This blog started as a hobby in 2012 as a way to help others learn about the Physician Assistant profession and to connect with a "real life" PA. The goal of this blog is to bring valuable information regarding the PA profession.
Whether you're a looking to pursue a permanent career as a physician assistant or are interested in locum tenens as a full-time career, you probably have some questions. And we expect you to. For that reason, we assembled some of the most useful articles, infographics, and videos in one easy-to-navigate location to help answer any questions you may have. Educational resources, navigating the job-search process, useful career tips — it's all here.
With near-constant advancements in research and technology, it's imperative to re-educate yourself on a regular basis. Here at ValuePenguin, we say that you should have the same mindset toward your career. Thanks to the availability of online resources and your willing peers in the field, we have built a quick, one-stop shop for professional advice. With your help, our guide will be ever-changing too.
The A.T. Still Memorial Library supports the training of future health care professionals to effectively access and use the best evidence/information available to enable them to provide the highest quality of health care possible. Thus the Library provides services, resources and evidence-based collections that support both the students in their educational and clinical activities and the faculty in their teaching and research.
DIA is organized into four major operational divisions – the Administration Division, the Administrative Hearings Division, the Health Facilities Division, and the Investigations Division. Each division has its own Code-mandated duties and responsibilities.
ClinicalAdvisor.com is for nurse practitioners and physician assistants, offering the latest information on diagnosing, treating, managing, and preventing medical conditions typically seen in the office-based primary-care setting.
Whether you're in high school, undergrad, or established in a different career, if you're considering the profession of a physician assistant, this is the place for you! My hope is that you can find all of the information you need to prepare you to be a competitive candidate for PA school.
The mission of APAOG is to improve the health care of women by supporting physician/PA teams who provide cost effective, quality care to female patients and by promoting a network of communication and education between providers dedicated to women's health.
Numerous publications, websites, recruiters, and other resources are available to help physicians find employment opportunities. This guide discusses the selection and employment contracting process that follows the identification of a suitable opportunity. It is intended to assist both individual physicians seeking employment and physician groups recruiting a physician.