This upcoming Saturday, April 1st, 2017 from 1:00-3:00pm, Campbell University PA Class of 2018 will be at Unleashed at Crescent Commons in Cary. Bring your pups by for our charity dog wash event! The students will be washing your dogs and showering them with love! All of the funds raised will be donated to the… Continue reading Paws for a Cause
Written By: Jennifer Holley, PA-S1 Due to limited space, the entire PA Class of 2018 was not able to go on the medical mission trip to Honduras over spring break; however, the class still found a way to support the cause and impact lives in Honduras in a big way. Amanda Taylor, PA-S1 began a… Continue reading A Contagious Act of Kindness
One of the great things about being a Campbell PA student is that we have the opportunity to help raise health awareness and promote health education. Today, in honor of American Heart Month and Go Red for Women, the Camels of the Class of 2018 and faculty proudly wore red to help support heart disease… Continue reading Go Red Day!
Written by Raleigh Dettlinger, PAS-1: Slow cooker recipes are the perfect way to make healthy, hearty, and easy meals during hectic school weeks. Put together ingredients in the morning, let the slow cooker run throughout the day, and you will return to a wonderful, hot dinner. Your house will smell amazing when you return as… Continue reading PA School Fall Recipes
Written by Melissa Oliver, PA-S1 In case you missed it, here is a quick recap of how CUPA 2018 spent the majority of last week. National PA week was October 6th-12th – what better way to start off block 2 than celebrating our future profession? Our class was involved in several different activities to not… Continue reading PA Week Recap!
Hien Nguyen, PA-S1: Nine weeks, six check lists, one OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination), two lab-practicals, three comprehensive exams, one genetics debate, one genetics presentation, one health policy final, and one summative physical exam later, I can excitingly say that my classmates and I have completed Block One of PA school!! Over the last several… Continue reading End of Block One – We Did It!
Written by Mandi Harrison, PA-S1: The United States is suffering from an overdose epidemic. Men and women of all ages, races, and economic backgrounds are falling into the wrath of drug addiction, with an average of 120 overdose deaths per day. Since 2010, the number of people dying exclusively from heroin has skyrocketed up 584%… Continue reading International Drug Overdose Awareness Day