GETTING INTO PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT SCHOOL
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GETTING INTO PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT SCHOOL

Evidence- and Experience-Based Secrets
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Created by Jill Jakubus
Last updated 9/2017
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion

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What Will I Learn?
  • Create an evidence-based strategy to approach your undergraduate coursework.
  • Know the options for obtaining clinical experience and which options offer the greatest value.
  • Arrive prepared for your interview for PA school.
  • Appreciate the application steps that competitive candidates take to ensure success.
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Requirements
  • This course is directed towards pre-physician assistant students in their undergraduate career.
Description
  • Get an insider’s perspective on the application process
  • Create concise roadmaps to ensure you’ll avoid common pitfalls
  • Attain a competitive edge to differentiate yourself from the other candidates
  • Discover evidence from well-respected journals in the field including the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Journal of Physician Assistant Education on the admissions process, not antidotes, to optimize your results


Who is the target audience?
  • The course content is targeted toward pre-physician assistant candidates interested in concise, evidence- and experience-based guidance for graduate school preparation.
  • This course is not for those students interested in general information regarding the physician assistant profession.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
3 Lectures 08:24

This lecture provides an introduction to the course series content and format.

Preview 03:13

This lecture provides a self-assessment to highlight the candidate's strengths and weaknesses.

Preview 03:14

This lectures reviews commonly used abbreviations in the physician assistant profession.

Medical Morse Code
01:57
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Academic Roadmap
4 Lectures 09:21

Academic Roadmap - Approach
03:37

Academic Roadmap - Pitfalls
01:08

Academic Roadmap - Edge
02:45
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Clinical Experience Roadmap
4 Lectures 10:17
Clinical Experience - Evidence
01:37


Clinical Experience - Pitfalls
02:06

Clinical Experience - Edge
01:42
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Applicant Roadmap
4 Lectures 10:49
Applicant Roadmap - Evidence
03:24

Applicant Roadmap - Approach
02:00

Applicant Roadmap - Pitfalls
00:56

Applicant Roadmap - Edge
04:29
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Interview Roadmap
4 Lectures 09:42
Interview Roadmap - Evidence
00:49

Interview Roadmap - Approach
06:41

Interview Roadmap - Pitfalls
00:49

Interview Roadmap - Edge
01:23
About the Instructor
Jill Jakubus
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Physician Assistant | Healthcare Administrator

Jill has over a decade of experience as a physician assistant at a large academic medical center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  In this role, she provides care to patients with trauma, burn, and general surgical care needs. She is also published in multiple peer-reviewed journals for her work on improving the quality of care delivered to trauma patients.

Jill received her BS degree in biomedical sciences and French from Western Michigan University.  She completed her Master of Science degree at Central Michigan University.  Most recently, she attained a Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan.