Your Journey to Becoming a Physician Assistant
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You want to become a Physician Assistant (PA) but don't know where to start.
You have aspired to work in the healthcare field your entire life and now there is a course to guide you achieve your dream.
With thousands of application received by PA programs every year you must find a way to make yourself standout from the crowd.
Don't spend hours scouring multiple websites for insignificant tips here and there.
I have put together a series of lecture which include all the steps necessary to guide you through the entire application process.
In my course you will learn:
Included in this course is my ebook "Your Journey to PA School" and a 30 minute one-on-one video conference where you can ask me any question about applying to PA school.
Being a Physician Assistant is very rewarding and I am thankful for what the profession has done for my life.
Now it is time to invest in yourself and learn how you can become a part of this great profession.
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|Section 1: Welcome to the course|
Thank you for choosing my course.
As a practicing Physician Assistant I love what I do.
But, a get great pleasure from helping aspiring PA's reach their goal of being accepted into the PA programs they apply to.
|Section 2: Your Journey to Becoming a Physician Assistant|
Every journey begins with the first step.
I dare you to take that first step.
|Section 3: Understanding the Physician Assistant Profession|
How can you be a strong applicant unless you have a strong understanding of what a PA is and the history of how the profession was born and evolved to what it is today.
|Section 4: Navigating the Application Process|
Learn how to determine which PA program is right for you.
Understand what is required when applying through CASPA.
Learn about the supplemental application.
|Section 5: Writing Your Narrative Essay|
Writing is difficult.
Writing an essay that will grant you admission into the PA program of your dreams is even more difficult.
I will show you ways to write an enticing essay without having to pull an all-nighter.
|Section 6: Obtaining Your Letters of Reference|
You are required to obtain at least 3 letters of reference.
Find out who you need to ask and how to make sure they write them for you.
|Section 7: You've Submitted your CASPA Application, Now What|
There is always someone out there working harder then you.
Make sure that you spend your time one improving yourself in the areas which will make you standout from the rest of the crowd.
|Section 8: The Interview Process|
The interview is typically the most nerve raking part of the entire application process.
Learn how to stay relaxed and interact with interviewers so that they remember you from all of the others they are interviewing that day.
|Section 9: Tips on How to Fund Your Education|
Learn what student loan choices are out there and where to look for potential scholarships.
|Section 10: Final Thoughts|
List of helpful blogs and websites that you can continue to gain knowledge from.
|Section 11: Navigating Your Detour: Tips for Re-Applicants|
If you do not get excepted on your first time applying.
Anthony Gauthier PA-C, ATC practices as a Physician Assistant at a renowned orthopedic practice in Long Beach, CA. He graduated from Western University of Health Sciences PA program in Southern California.
Currently, Anthony is Adjunct Faculty at California State University, Long Beach teaching graduate courses in Sports Medicine.
He has been a Board Member and the Chair of the Public Relations committee for the California Academy of Physician Assistants.
His passion for the PA profession has allowed him to be a guest lecturer presenting on how one becomes a Physician Assistant. Anthony is course director for an annual Pre-PA conference held in California and the founder of TheOrthopedicPA, a web resource of PAs practicing orthopedics.
On his free time Anthony enjoys surfing, traveling, and competing in triathlons.