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    sunshineiamhappy is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Gaining Clinical Experience

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    Hey, I am a 2nd year university student very interested in the PA program. However, I have no clinical/ hospital experience (which is required by most universities). I would like to hear some of your experiences and how you grasped your first clinical experience. Thanks!

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    Pyllins is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Yea of course I have at least ten years experience clinically under the competent physician doctors who are the regular doctors in the teaching hospital therefore better way for us to adjust me properly as per your need.

    Nitin Chhoda
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    Thanks for sharing.

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    I guess you can find some non-paid job in start until the completion of the degree. After that your experience and degree will help you to find a good job.
    "Health Vibes"

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    Having clinical experience is pretty important when you're applying for a certain medical program and the more years of experience you have, the better it is for your admission and future studying process. It can help you succeed in the chosen program and demonstrate yourself as a competent student and qualified specialist in the future. And yeah, most US universities require applicants to have clinical experience, even a couple of months or a year would be a great start.

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