Recommended Books for Canadian PA Students
Second year of PA school is your clerkship year. This is where you take everything you learned in your didactic year, and apply it to seeing patients! It’s more common to obtain handbooks and pocketbooks in second year (versus textbooks in 1st year).
The following are books recommended by Canadian PAs I interviewed, as well as books I have found personally helpful.
An important disclosure: These links are Amazon Associate links, which means if you choose to make a purchase through the link I will earn a commission which helps me support my activity on Canadian PA. You are more than welcome to purchase the books at your local bookstore, or just go directly amazon.ca to search the book titles and purchase that way. Using the links below comes at no additional cost to you – however I do recommend these books because they are helpful and useful. Do not spend money on these books if you do not feel they would be helpful in achieving your goals.