Welcome to the new Canadian PA Blog!

Welcome to the new Canadian PA Blog!

Welcome to canadianpa.ca, a blog and community for anyone looking to learn about the Physician Assistant profession in Canada. Formerly hosted @ anneccpa.wordpress.com, this blog was launched back in 2011 when I was a new PA grad and looking to share information with prospective students and my fellow peers.

What to expect – We have some big ideas around PA advocacy, promotion and providing resources for pre-PAs, PA students, practicing PAs, and physicians hoping to work with PAs. This new self-hosted blog is the perfect platform to deliver that content.

View our guest posts – A new push for the Canadian PA blog is our roster of contributors and guest posts! We’re constantly recruiting writers so please visit our contributor page to learn how you can write for the blog.

Where to start – If you don’t know where to start, check out “Start Here” page to find the content that would be most relevant to you.

Join us on Facebook: Either Like our page to get updates to pop on your feed, or join the Canadian Pre-PA Student Network Facebook Group.

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About the Author:

Anne is a Canadian Certified Physician Assistant working in Orthopaedic Surgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Ontario. She is the founder and a writer at canadianpa.ca. She is long time blogger and web graphic designer, and loves to use social media and tech as a medium to promote medical education and the PA Profession.