3 SECRETS TO GETTING INTO PA SCHOOL

If you’re thinking there is some hack that I can tell you, in order to bypass the prerequisites and requirements for PA school, then you are already mistaken. The national requirements for course prerequisites and healthcare and patient care experiences are what they are, with some minor discrepancies between PA programs. So, like most ofContinue reading “3 SECRETS TO GETTING INTO PA SCHOOL”

SHIFT WORK vs. FIXED SCHEDULE: THE GREAT DEBATE

As those of us working in healthcare know, people don’t just seek medical care between the hours of 9-5. This means that for those of us on the clinical side, hospitals and other healthcare centers need staffing at all hours of the day. It’s often tough to know which is a better fit for yourContinue reading “SHIFT WORK vs. FIXED SCHEDULE: THE GREAT DEBATE”

WHAT IS THE COST OF FINANCIAL IGNORANCE?

I’ve been working as a PA for nearly 10 years, but only within the last 1.5 years did I understand my finances. I had no idea about investing upon graduation, and can still remember declining the 401k at my first job, as for some reason I thought of it as “gambling”. Whoops. Should I haveContinue reading “WHAT IS THE COST OF FINANCIAL IGNORANCE?”

5 JOB INTERVIEW “MUST-DOs”

For many PA graduates, it’s interview season! Here are 5 tips to crush your interview: DRAW ON YOUR PA SCHOOL INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE. We all had to go through interviews to get accepted into PA school, so don’t you forget about these invaluable experiences. If you’re out looking for jobs, you obviously convinced 1 or moreContinue reading “5 JOB INTERVIEW “MUST-DOs””

CHOOSE YOUR PATH: STATUS QUO OR PROSPERITY

Here’s the message that I want to help spread: You get to make choices about which path you take during your PA career. You either choose  a Path of Prosperity or the Status Quo path. With approximately 50% of PAs experiencing burnout at some point during their careers, along with massive student loan burdens andContinue reading “CHOOSE YOUR PATH: STATUS QUO OR PROSPERITY”

LEARN ‘N LEVERAGE: BURNOUT (PART 7) –PREVENTION

Before you just right into Burnout Part 7: Prevention, I’d like to bring attention to this NYT article on Burnout, from 4/30/21. While I agree with the content, these articles are too brief for a good understanding of burnout, and leave us with only a few actionable items. Given that this was an epidemic amongstContinue reading “LEARN ‘N LEVERAGE: BURNOUT (PART 7) –PREVENTION”

THE PA BLUEPRINT: BOOK PREVIEW

Fellow PAs and other medical professionals: We are just about at the finish line and ready to publish “The PA Blueprint”, and below you see a brief preview of the PDF version. OPPORTUNITY: We are looking for medical professionals who are interested in a HUGE discount on “The PA Blueprint”, in exchange for a review.Continue reading “THE PA BLUEPRINT: BOOK PREVIEW”

“THE PA BLUEPRINT”: A CAREER-CHANGER, COMING SOON

As the saying doesn’t go: “When life hands you a pandemic and leaves you with a lot of time on your hands without the ability to do much, connect with a former student and write a book to improve your profession.” Well, I took that great advice that nobody has ever said, and ran withContinue reading ““THE PA BLUEPRINT”: A CAREER-CHANGER, COMING SOON”