PA students have been added to the list of health professions eligible for the HRSA National Health Service Corps’ (NHSC) Student to Service Loan Repayment Program. Interested students can attend an informational webinar on Tuesday, Sept. 14.
Mental health affects everyone, and PA students have faced many challenges over the past year. Stephanie Neary, MPA, MMA, PA-C, and Chris Roman, PA-C, will be hosting an interactive webinar specifically for PA students on the importance of mental health.
Despite the busyness of PA school, Calbeth Chika Alaribe, MPH, PA-S, is committed not only to medicine but social entrepreneurship and global health. She developed an award-winning healthcare app and serves in numerous volunteer roles in an effort to combine her passions.
Starting PA school is challenging enough, but what about starting it during a pandemic? PA student Amelia Maurer completed her first year at Quinnipiac’s PA program under COVID-19 restrictions and reflects upon both the challenges and the unexpected opportunities.
Conference may look a little different this year, but that means it’s easier than ever for you to attend! Join us May 23 – 26 for AAPA 2021 (from wherever you may be!) and for these events developed specifically for PA students.
In 2020, PA student Sara Naeem found herself needing to be a hands-on caregiver for both of her parents while completing clinical rotations during a pandemic. She shares her experiences and connects with other caregiver colleagues who share their own stories.
Victoria Ho is a second-year PA student at Sacred Heart University in Stamford, Connecticut. Like many of her fellow students, Ho finds herself on a tight budget during PA school. She shares the financial tips and tricks that help her stick to a budget during PA school.
We can’t wait for this year’s Challenge Bowl, the must-attend PA student event of AAPA 2021! Get details on how you can register your team, participate in the regional qualifying events, and make it to the virtual stage on May 24.
Jasmine Turner, PA-C, was 18 months into her PA program when COVID-19 surged. She returned to shortened rotations and a delayed graduation. In the midst of uncertainty, Turner was awarded a Joyce Nichols Memorial Scholarship from the PA Foundation.