Sneaky Spoons — sneaking spice into every bite
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Sneaky Spoons — sneaking spice into every bite Blog Home About Me Other Blogs Our Favorite Recipes Recipes Breakfast Appetizers & Snacks Entrees Sides Desserts DIY Projects Life Updates Life in PA School Blog Home About Me Other Blogs Our Favorite Recipes Recipes Breakfast Appetizers & Snacks Entrees Sides Desserts DIY Projects Life Updates Life in PA School Sneaky Spoons sneaking spice into every bite Easy Corn Casserole May 7, 2016 · by Sara · Leave a Comment I have several recipes I have been wanting to share on the blog. Most of the recipes we have been cooking recently are things that are quick and easy. This corn casserole is a simple dish to take to a potluck or small group, and it is always a hit. Here are the ingredients: Print […] Filed Under: recipes, Sides · Tagged: casserole, corn casserole, potluck recipe, quick and easy, side, small group, vegetable, veggie Update: My first 6 months as a PA-C April 18, 2016 · by Sara · Leave a Comment I just completed my first 6 months at my first job as a PA-C! There have been a lot of highs and a lot of lows, so I thought I would give you all an update. Those of you starting out as a PA may be able to relate to my experiences and those of you pursuing […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: life as PA, physician assistant PA School: What Should I Major In? November 10, 2015 · by Sara · 1 Comment I frequently get asked about what to major in during undergrad. For those of you who are curious, my undergrad was in biochemistry, but any major is fine, as long as you have the prerequisites required for the schools you are applying to for admission. Each school’s prerequisites are different, but usually you need anatomy, physiology, […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: major, pa school, undergrad My first job as a PA-C October 22, 2015 · by Sara · 4 Comments I have been working as PA-C for almost 3 weeks now. The first two days were for orientation. After that, I began seeing patients. At first I only saw 1-2 patients a day, but that soon increased to 5-6 patients a day and then 8-10 patients. It feels super slow, but it is also nice because it gives me […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: job, life as a pa-c, pa PA School: Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Graduated September 30, 2015 · by Sara · Leave a Comment 1. Your supervising physician has to sign a lot of your paperwork for licensure. This means you need a supervising physician, aka a job. This wasn’t a big deal for me since I had a job before I graduated, but it was an issue for a few of my classmates. I guess we thought you could […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: experience getting licensed as a pa, graduation pa, pa boards, pa license, pa school, time to start work as a pa PANCE Review Course September 8, 2015 · by Sara · Leave a Comment The PA program I graduated from highly suggested that students take a board review course before taking the PANCE. As a student I did not know what to expect, or if it was even necessary. My biggest concern was how much money it cost ($400-$1000). I decided to do the 3-day board review course instead […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: board review, boards, cme, cme review course, pa school, pance, pance review course, studying, thoughts on board review for pance The PANCE. How to get that -C after your name. August 21, 2015 · by Sara · 1 Comment What is the PANCE? The PANCE is the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam, which is required in order to become certified and practice medicine. After you pass the PANCE, you will then take the PANRE (Physician Assistant National Recertifying Exam) every 10 years to maintain your certification. The PANCE is a 300 multiple choice question test. […] Filed Under: PA School · Physician Assistant Graduation August 6, 2015 · by Sara · 2 Comments It finally happened! I graduated from PA school! Looking back it feels like it went by so fast, but it didn’t always feel fast in the moment. I take my boards (the PANCE) on Saturday and, as soon as I get my license from the state, I will begin work at a rural medicine clinic […] Filed Under: life update, PA School · Tagged: graduation, pa school, physician assistant, white coat ceremony My first AAPA Conference June 22, 2015 · by Sara · Leave a Comment I went to my first AAPA (American Academy of Physician Assistants) conference at the end of May, which was held in San Francisco. I had no idea what to expect, but it was super fun. They had multiple lectures/presentations set-up throughout the day, so we could pick which topics we wanted to learn about more. The speakers […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: pa student PA School: Entering Phase III May 20, 2015 · by Sara · Leave a Comment I have completed phase I (my didactic year), phase II (clinical rotations), and now I am moving onto phase III, my last and final phase. Phase III consist of me working 40 hours a week for 8 weeks in a local clinic. In between phase II and phase III we have a 2 week break, […] Filed Under: PA School · Tagged: aapa, conference, pa school, phase III Next Page ? About Me Welcome to SneakySpoons! Come read about my recipe adventures and life as a PA-C (physician assistant). Read more... Connect With Me        Search Recipes Popular Posts Easy Rolo Cake Mix Cookies February 15, 2013 A Baby Shower! 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