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Outside the Clinic
Do you ever wonder about the options for nonclinical employment open to you as a PA? There are many available.
Lifehacks for PAs
In today’s fast-moving, constantly connected, 24/7 world, maintaining a healthy balance among work, family, and taking care of ourselves can be a challenge. The first step in achieving this balance is to be mindful and deliberate about it.
PA JobSource, the ultimate PA career resource, contains the largest source of PA jobs in the nation. It’s where PAs go to find the right jobs and where employers go to find the highest quality PA talent in the country. Your job search, made personal.
NASCAR medicine: in the fast lane with PA Bill Heisel
Bill Heisel’s an important contributor to the race scene. But he doesn’t spend Sunday afternoon driving stock cars at nearly 200 miles an hour. He is the guy who takes care of the guys who take care of the cars.
Competencies for the Physician Assistant Profession
Professional competencies for physician assistants include the effective and appropriate application of medical knowledge, interpersonal and communication skills, patient care, professionalism, practice-based learning and improvement, and systems-based practice.
Making the Case for Improving PA Utilization and Retention
Senior executive for the largest hospital system in Texas expounds on PA hiring, utilization and retention.
Work your network to find your next job. Here are some ways we can help you connect with PAs and employers.