Take Control of Your PA Program Admissions
A step-by-step primer for admissions professionals working in the health professions.
Providing good academic support begins with a robust advising system. Training one of your faculty members to be the Academic Success Coach can pay dividends by reducing attrition and improving student retention.
This is our final issue of PA Admissions Corner and we thank you for joining us.
All PA programs have an advising structure that provides support for students. Incorporating a Student Success Coaching Model leads advisors to immediately refer students when academic difficulty is detected.
Implementing preventative measures can make a big difference in your program’s outcomes, helping students enter your program equipped with the tools they need to succeed.
Standard A3.13 is the most frequently misunderstood Accreditation Requirement and can make or break your admissions process if not correctly addressed.
Clear understanding and compliance protects your program, its students, and their future patients. It also benefits your program by ensuring you have the funding and staff required to fulfill your roles.
We complete our series on Successful PA Admissions by addressing some frequently asked questions regarding interviewing, pre-screening, diversification, and inclusion.
How to move from a theoretical discussion on diversity and inclusion to a methodology that can be applied to any PA program.
Let’s discuss how group interviews can save you from missing terrific applicants plus help you recognize red-flag behaviors.
Using behavioral interviews as a tool for locating applicants who will be a great fit in your program and for eliminating applicants that display problematic tendencies.
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