The Hardest Lesson to Learn
“Can you tell me more about your past medical history?” the resident asked. The patient looked away in silence. I looked at the resident, and the resident looked at me. We were both dumbfounded.
Why I Chose to Apply to the National Health Service Corps
When I stumbled upon NHSC’s application portal, I could not believe what an amazing opportunity the scholarship promised.
An Attitude of Service
One of the guiding principles of my life is to be careful to maintain an attitude of service in all the work that I do, as well as in all my relationships. I want to approach each person with respect and humility, and this has certainly been true in my work as a PA, whether it be with patients, colleagues or students.
From PA-S to PA-C: Officially Certified!
Today, after two very long weeks of waiting and enduring spontaneous heart palpitations every time I received an email on my phone, I finally found out that I passed the PANCE and that I am officially a certified physician assistant!
Professor's Corner: Cognitive Load
There is a complex interaction between the sensory stimuli that learners are bombarded with during school and the cognitive processes to code and file information away in long-term memory for retrieval when they are taking tests or caring for patients.
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