Concordia University Student Update, November 2016
Monday, November 14, 2016
By Kelsey Kujellis
November is a busy month for PA students at Concordia University. The second year students are continuing to excel in their clinical rotations, where they eagerly build their confidence and experience in a clinical setting. The first year students are working hard in the classroom learning about orthopedics, endocrinology, neurology, and the associated pathology and treatment.
Students are constantly expanding their inter-professional education through events with other health programs on campus. In addition, the first year students will be hosting a blood drive to give the gift of life during the holiday season.
PA students, faculty, and alumni have come together to conduct interviews for the class of 2019. It has been so great hearing about the experiences and advice that the previous classes are able to talk about. Current students also love getting to know the prospective PA students. It’s incredibly gratifying to help grow the Concordia University PA Program!