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  • Working in the time of Covid-19: “It’s all absolutely unpredictable.”

    “You are definitely an asset to the team, even as a learner. And we are all learning through this together.” Recent Yale Physician Associate (PA) Program graduate Naiska Cheung ’19, MMSc, PA-C, offered this advice to second-year Yale PA students, in response to a question about returning to clinical rotations, which have been disrupted because of COVID-19. Cheung is a primary care and addiction medicine PA at Staywell Health Care in Waterbury, Connecticut. The conversation took place on May 22, during a course, Covid-19 Preparedness Education: Pandemic, Populations and Patients (COPE-PPP), running from May 11 to June 19. The Yale PA class of 2020 is taking the six-week course before resuming clinical rotations.

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  • Beyond Sterling Hall: Our Responsibility

    As physicians, students who aspire to be physicians or physician associates, and staff engaged in patient care, education, and discovery, we hold our responsibility for human life above all else.

    Source: YSM
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  • Yale School of Medicine's First PA Online Program Class Celebrates Graduation

    Yale University will experience a first on Commencement Day 2020, beyond its first virtual ceremony: it will be conferring Master of Medical Science degrees to the inaugural class of Yale School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Online Program (Yale PA Online), Yale’s first degree-granting program that blends online and in-person learning.

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  • Hacking Solitude, One Device at a Time

    “We had a lot of devices at home that were not being used. We thought a logical solution was to connect the seniors to these devices by soliciting donations from other people.”

    Source: Yale Medicine Magazine
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  • Medical Education Day at Yale Goes Virtual

    Medical Education Day at Yale, Enhancing Educator Development and Scholarship, has become an annual campus tradition since its launch in 2013. The tradition continues this year, with a twist—it will be virtual, and expand beyond one day.

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