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As you’ve probably already discovered, there isn’t a wealth of information available about the PA profession in Canada compared to the multitude of blogs, websites and videos dedicated to the American PA Profession.
Although there are similarities between the Physician Assistant Profession in Canada and the United States, although we are treating many of the same conditions PAs in the States see –
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Putting together a resume can be a tough balancing act. On one hand, you need to convey a standard set of skills and competencies to show suitability for the position. On the other hand, you want to stand out from the other candidates
Sandy Vuong is a McMaster PA graduate who now works in Surgical Oncology. She first contacted me in my early days of blogging asking about the PA program. After I had written a post about Why Physician Assistants should blog, she decided to
From Anne: When I studied for the Canadian National PA Certification Exam, I used American PANCE study material. Our class had 100% pass rate! Here Christian Galloway, an American PA-C breaks down how to study for the PA certification exam. From