Physician Assistant Career Plan

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When contemplating a career choice, I always knew that I was interested in the sports and medical fields. I just didn’t know exactly what direction to go in those fields of study. Although many of my friends have known for years what their career choice was, I have been somewhat undecided. I came to Indiana Tech knowing that I was interested in the medical field, but I hadn’t decided on anything specific. Throughout the past year, I have had four separate injuries from running, one requiring surgery. After spending much of my time with doctors and surgeons, I have decided to pursue a career as a Physician Assistant. Upon graduating from Indiana Tech, I plan to attend graduate school to obtain a Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies. There I will obtain the skills needed to pass the certification exam. In this career, I'll have the opportunity to give examinations, diagnoses, and treat patients under a licensed physician.
Throughout my life, I have always had an interest in exercise and nutrition. At one point in my life
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Three to five hours in the lab each week is achievable and I believe it would keep group members interested as well. I think that doing projects in the ESPL would be educational to all members, including myself because we would be doing these projects on something we are interested in. In the lab, we have an amazing set of resources and I would enjoy spending time learning how to use them. We are lucky to be able to perform and participate in VO2-Max tests. We also have access to a Bod-Pod, which has proven to be one of the most accurate measurements of body fat percentage. I think observing and participating in projects in the lab can be extremely helpful since I learn best by doing. The ESPL is a huge asset to us since there aren’t as many students in the club compared to most large
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