Rosh Review is committed to helping PA students deepen their knowledge. Meet a few of the students who exemplify the ideals of continuous learning and self-improvement, and learn about the scholarship that enabled them to participate in AAPA 2019.
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At AAPA 2019, students from all over the country met in Denver, Colorado to share ideas, network, and move the profession forward. Find out about all the student events and the decisions that affect all PA students.
Substance use disorder (SUD) is a public health crisis. At AAPA 2019, student attendees were given an opportunity to learn about SUD from a panel of PA experts in primary care and addiction medicine, and asked to consider careers in addiction medicine.
Elisa Gomez, a PA student at Florida State University, spent her spring break volunteering with FSUCares, a medical student organization devoted to serving underprivileged populations. In Immokalee, Florida, she reconnected with her motivations for becoming a PA.
The CASPA personal statement is a chance to simply be yourself and demonstrate your commitment to becoming a PA. Invest some time in writing and polishing so the admissions committee will say, “I want to meet this applicant in person.”
Kasey Brundidge, a primary care PA, sets the record straight on PA students’ most pressing practice questions. Here, she addresses the wide range of medical knowledge needed, patient volume, burnout, salary, and schedule questions.
IMPACT, the interprofessional training program at MGH Institute of Health Professions, is required of all healthcare graduate students and helps to ensure that they understand what different team players contribute to patient care.
AAPA 2019 offers many exciting events and opportunities for student attendees. Check out these nine events, and get pumped for Denver! Still on the fence? Read what past attendees want to share with their fellow PA students.