It’s awful when it happens but sometimes being told no is for the best. Here are some tips on surviving rejection and how to move forward.
Here is a picture of the end point. Or I guess the beginning. Long before you get a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies you have to enter into a grueling didactic year and than an even more grueling rotation year. Let me back up a little and let you know how I got to Philadelphia University…. View Post
My surgery rotation was at a busy hospital in Philadelphia. I chose to do a more general surgery rotation to get a wider scope of what happens in the OR. This included general surgery, colorectal, breast, and ortho. My favorite was colorectal…not. I never knew how they had to position a patient for rectal surgery, and let me… View Post
If you’ve made through the didactic year and started rotations, chances are this may be a dreaded clinical. Prior to starting clinicals, my program hired people to allow us to practice the GU exam. I have no idea what low spot these people were in to allow 42 pelvic exams in a row, but maybe they were… View Post