Start with tips on surviving rotations, your first job search, interviewing, and more. Check out exclusive resources on topics like contract negotiations, career transitions, state laws, and reimbursement. From checklists to guides and videos, it’s all designed to help you succeed.
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Q&A with PA Leader Clair Kuriakose
Clair Kuriakose, MBA, PA-C, is a high achiever. She sets goals for herself, achieves them, and then strategically lays out her next steps. She finished PA school, got her MBA and Lean Six Sigma certification, and now leads advanced practice providers at Stanford Health Care.
Financial Fundamentals: Tools for Pursuing Financial Health
In this one-hour webinar, learn what it takes to get into PA school and how to make yourself a more competitive applicant.
How PAs Can Provide Compassionate Care to Survivors of Interpersonal Violence
AAPA enlisted Katherine Thompson, PA-C, a practicing PA in emergency medicine and urgent care for four years, to respond to Huddle’s Ask Me on interpersonal violence (IPV) and forensic medicine. Read her advice on how healthcare providers can identify and manage IPV survivors.
Protecting Your Assets and Your Career
Learn basic concepts of medical malpractice law, how they apply to PAs, and how you can transfer malpractice risk away from the PA’s personal assets.
Surviving and Thriving in Your Clinical Rotations
Get an overview of helpful tips and pearls of wisdom for students entering the clinical phase of their education. Learn how to study during clinicals, how to elicit and act on feedback, and ultimately maximize the clinical experience.
Drinking From a Fire Hydrant: How to Study Effectively in PA School
By focusing on the finish line from the very start, developing strong personalized study skills, and maintaining a willingness to adapt, students will learn how to feel confident on test day through both didactic and clinical years.
Missing Out Because You Aren’t LinkedIn
Don’t overlook the importance of a professional profile on LinkedIn while you are a PA student.
The Ups and Downs of My First Year as a PA
When Diana Anderson, PA-C, graduated from her PA program, she landed an exciting job in urgent care. But her first months of practice were filled with unexpected events. She candidly shares the ups and downs of her first year as a PA.