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Art of a PA-S

a space where two loves meet: ART + PA

This is a new journey under construction - it’s always a work in progress. I’ve finally realized I would not want it any other way… Point of arrival is beautiful, but now I know I’m just better as a traveler. Starting a new journey as a Physician Assistant student, never meant giving up my passion for art and its vital presence in the world. I’ll share a combo of the two; and hopefully offer few helpful tips for new PA candidates. An MD said to me “we need more creative thinkers in medicine”. Couldn’t agree more!
Apr 19 '14
corporisfabrica:

A gold cast of a bovine heart, revealing the intricacies of the vessels supplying the underlying muscles.  Gunther von Hagens.

corporisfabrica:

A gold cast of a bovine heart, revealing the intricacies of the vessels supplying the underlying muscles.
Gunther von Hagens.

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Apr 19 '14
allthingseurope:

Trafalgar Square, London (by Lucas.Ross)

Good times in London. The square one of my favorite places.

allthingseurope:

Trafalgar Square, London (by Lucas.Ross)

Good times in London. The square one of my favorite places.

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Apr 18 '14
supergirlpa-s:

"You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body." - C.S. Lewis

supergirlpa-s:

"You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body." - C.S. Lewis

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Apr 18 '14

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Apr 18 '14

yay for Easter break !

(Source: the2000sblog)

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Apr 15 '14

Anonymous asked:

Shut the fuck up about vaccinations. Not everyone has to have them, not everyone believes in them. Uneducated fuck.

aspiringdoctors:

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You know, my homie and secret best friend Neil deGrasse Tyson said it best….

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This isn’t an issue of belief or should even be up for discussion. It’s not a debate- like gravity or that the Earth revolves around the Sun isn’t up for debate. It’s a fact, whether or not you like it. Sorry bro.

And any ‘educated fuck’ knows that vaccines are necessary and everyone who can have them should have them.

Have a lovely day, sugar. 

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Apr 15 '14

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Apr 15 '14
mynotes4usmle:

Bone MTS

-by my favorite PA-C/cartoonist :)

mynotes4usmle:

Bone MTS

-by my favorite PA-C/cartoonist :)

(Source: diarymdstudent)

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Apr 11 '14

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Apr 11 '14

When I think I did well on a test but it turns out I failed

captaincantaloupe24:

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Apr 10 '14
sciencenote:

Barbara McClintock (1902-1992) in 1944 became the third woman elected to the Academy. In the 1940s and 1950s McClintock’s work on the cytogenetics of maize led her to theorize that genes are transposable — they can move around — on and between chromosomes. McClintock drew this inference by observing changing patterns of coloration in maize kernels over generations of controlled crosses. The idea that genes could move did not seem to fit with what was then known about genes, but improved molecular techniques of the late 1970s and early 1980s allowed other scientists to confirm her discovery, and consequently she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1983. This made McClintock the first American woman to win an unshared Nobel. McClintock was born in Hartford, CT, and obtained her undergraduate and doctoral degrees at Cornell University’s College of Agriculture. From 1931-1933 she was supported by a fellowship from the National Research Council; from 1941until her death she worked at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York. Among the many honors awarded her was the National Medal of Science, the US government’s highest science award, which she received in 1970.

She’s one of my all-time favorite science stars!

sciencenote:

Barbara McClintock (1902-1992) in 1944 became the third woman elected to the Academy. In the 1940s and 1950s McClintock’s work on the cytogenetics of maize led her to theorize that genes are transposable — they can move around — on and between chromosomes. McClintock drew this inference by observing changing patterns of coloration in maize kernels over generations of controlled crosses. The idea that genes could move did not seem to fit with what was then known about genes, but improved molecular techniques of the late 1970s and early 1980s allowed other scientists to confirm her discovery, and consequently she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1983. This made McClintock the first American woman to win an unshared Nobel. McClintock was born in Hartford, CT, and obtained her undergraduate and doctoral degrees at Cornell University’s College of Agriculture. From 1931-1933 she was supported by a fellowship from the National Research Council; from 1941until her death she worked at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York. Among the many honors awarded her was the National Medal of Science, the US government’s highest science award, which she received in 1970.

She’s one of my all-time favorite science stars!

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Apr 9 '14
larstheyeti:

yay brain anatomy!

larstheyeti:

yay brain anatomy!

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Apr 9 '14

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Apr 9 '14

The 12 Hour Shift

tararn:

whatshouldwecallmedschool:

Hour 1

Hour 3

Hour 6

Hour 9

Hour 12

Soooooo true. Especially night shift.

i used to work 7pm-7am - it felt exactly like this, majority of the time at least

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Apr 9 '14
katherinehenson:

My current state…

katherinehenson:

My current state…

(Source: missmoda)

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