The Best Books for Pre-PAs, Practicing PAs and For Your PA School Clinical and Didactic Years “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss, I Can Read with My Eyes Shut One of the best habits you can develop […]
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Are you looking for the perfect gift for that special PA, PA student, or soon to be physician assistant in your life? Look no further below are my favorite, time tested, and PA approved products.
WELCOME FUTURE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS! Hi, and welcome to this special section of the PA life website designed specifically for future physician assistants. I’m happy to help you as you get started on this journey! Be assured that you are certainly not alone and that I too once walked in your shoes. I assume you already […]
The PA Medical Kit – What you need in your bag -The Very Best Tools, Equipment and Gear – for Physician Assistant Students and Practicing Physician Assistants. Stethoscope, Diagnostic Sets, Penlights, Reflex Hammers, Blood Pressure Cuffs.
Patient Care and Healthcare Experience for PA School Today we are going to tackle step 2 of my 5 steps to PA school series by taking a very detailed look at healthcare experience requirements for PA school. Included, in this discussion is a side-by-side comparison of healthcare experience requirements of all PA programs in the United States. PA is different from […]
Are you looking to get into PA School fast? Then skip the healthcare experience! Below is a list of 84 PA programs in the United States that do not require patient care experience for PA school admissions. I use “require” lightly because many of these schools which claim no healthcare experience requirement do “strongly recommend” or “prefer” PA school […]
The contemporary physician assistant/associate (PA) movement began in North America and Africa in the mid-1960s. As of 2022, the adoption of PAs has spread globally across a variety of health systems and at least sixteen countries have been in various stages of expansion of PA-like medical workers (nonphysician clinicians) that function under the supervision of a […]
The Augmented PA If you haven’t noticed the medical app business is booming and for good reason. As physician assistant students, PAs, or practicing medical professionals we need to synthesize a tremendous amount of data and be able to recall it in a pinch. We are short on time, overloaded with information and expected to […]
If you’re a physician assistant/associate looking for a new job, you’re in luck! There are plenty of great places to look for your next PA position. But where is the best place to start? To help you out, we’ve outlined some of the best places to search for jobs as a PA in 2022. Here is […]
After 16 years of teaching high school wellness, Michelle Roush felt ready for a greater challenge to leverage her interest in health. After much planning and preparation, she is now studying to become a physician assistant, and loving the journey. Tell us a little about your background… I am a married, 41-year-old mother of two […]
Did you know that the NCCPA has updated the PANCE Content Blueprint for 2019? With the update came some changes both to my SMARTYPANCE Board Review Website and your board review checklist which I will be discussing here in detail. NCCPA PANCE Content Blueprint 2019 vs. 2018 The Big Changes The biggest change comes in […]
Physician assistant demographics have changed a lot over the years. From just four practicing physician assistants in the year 1967 to roughly ~126,000 practicing PAs in 2020. That’s a big difference in just over 50 years! Below is the latest demographic and statistical data on physician assistants from the most recent AAPA Salary report. I […]
“To fight passionately for what we believe, but remain open to learning and growing. To be committed to helping people grow, deepen and behave more effectively in the world. This is The PA Life! ” – Stephen Pasquini PA-C The Physician Assistant Life Blog The PA Life website was founded in 2012 as a simple […]
Does this sound familiar? That essay you’ve spent countless hours revising, run through grammar check over and over, asked your readers to proof it so many times they stopped answering your calls, and had your computer read it back to you aloud for a final check, is done. You upload it into your CASPA application […]
Tools and Resources Practicing PAs As physician assistants, we have the best career in the world. But even though you have made it through the PA school years, there is still work to be done to maintain certification, manage debt, attain CME, prepare a professional resume and cover letter, enter an optional PA residency program and continue […]
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Written by Rabindra Adhikary, Nepali optometrist, and edited by Maria Ontiveros, team member. The essay originally appeared in Setopati, a Nepali digital newspaper. The Tsum Valley Medical Mission is recruiting physician assistants for its October 2018 fall effort. “These Himalayas are proof that God is real and that he loves us,” a delightful Canadian woman […]
So, you want to become a physician assistant? Congratulations, you have taken the first step on a lifelong journey filled with many joys, significant struggles, and a lifetime of free pastries. Becoming a PA is relatively straightforward: Complete the required prerequisites and healthcare experience Apply to and be accepted to any one of the of […]
Welcome to episode 83 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE PA Board Review Podcast Join me as we welcome Joe Gilboy PA-C back again to cover best practices that make answering even the toughest PANCE and PANRE Board review questions (and EOR exam questions) a breeze! Below you will find interactive audio with clips covering the […]
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Let’s break down your PANCE and PANRE preparation in as few steps as possible 1. Download the ‘Examination Content Blueprint’ (ECB) from the NCCPA The ECB lists the diseases that you should focus on and describes which information you should study for each disease. Follow the link below: Break down the ECB into parts that […]
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In its latest ranking of best health care jobs, U.S. News and World Report ranked physician assistant the #1 health care job and the best jobs overall in America. PAs are undoubtedly in high demand. As of the most recent estimates by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are ~129,400 PAs working in the country. They […]
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The Indian PA: Past, Present, and Future This is part eight of a nine-part series by documentary filmmaker Adam Halbur on the PA model around the world. Today we take a fascinating look into the real-life of India’s pioneering PAs. The Chicken Came from the Egg or Miles and Miles to Go before We Go […]
This is part ten of a ten-part docuseries of PAs around the world. Today we travel to Kenya and meet the dedicated pioneers and healthcare heroes who would become Kenya’s first Clinical Officers (CO).
If you have three, four, or even five months until you start PA school, here are three things you can do right now to make sure you are prepared for when you walk in the door.
This post is the third of a series about working as a physician assistant in Haiti. Growth happens at times when we are the most challenged And yes this almost always involves overcoming fear. There is no better way to travel than with the locals, no better way to experience the culture, no better way […]
What are the best PANCE and PANRE board review books? Here are my picks for the top PANCE and PANRE review books of 2020-2021. These are the books that helped me score in the top 5% on both the PANCE and PANRE exams. You can browse my complete list of reading recommendations or sign up for […]