Archive for February, 2015

The Path(ology) Less Traveled

The Path(ology) Less Traveled By Joseph Sedillo, PA-S Oregon Health & Science University Mr. S. is a 30-year-old gay male with a 9-year history of depression, a TBI in 2011 from a bike accident, and a recent 7-month history of graduate school presenting today with concerns about his future. He appears otherwise healthy, height-weight proportionate, […]

Leveling the Playing Field

Leveling the Playing Field By Paul Gonzales, PA-S UT Southwestern, Class of 2016 Two years ago was the first time I ever questioned how and why physician assistant (PA) programs were ranked. My curiosity spurred out of realizing how many pre-PA students (and the general population as well) utilize the rankings as their go-to […]

PA Student Writers Wanted

PA student leaders—PA Professional wants to know about your experience as a student leader. First Rounds—PA Professional’s student news section—is looking for stories about what’s it like to be a PA Student Leader.  We ask that articles be no longer than 400 words and written in a conversational manner. For more information or to submit […]

Exciting Opportunity for PA Students! – Assistant Editor Position Opening

Wanted: Editor for PA Professional’s First Rounds PA Professional magazine is seeking a PA student to serve as assistant editor of First Rounds (FR), the magazine’s student section. Published quarterly, the section features articles written exclusively by PA students. The assistant editor will become FR editor when his/her predecessor graduates. The First Rounds student editor […]