From the Blogs: You Might Be an American Physician Assistant in the U.K. if …

July 18, 2017

From the Blogs: You Might Be an American Physician Assistant in the U.K. if …

American blogger Megan Tetlow takes a comical look back at her growing pains from her first year of living and working in the U.K in this week's In Practice post.

“Somewhere between figuring out what foods classify as puddings and learning how to make the physician assistant (PA) role work within the National Health Service, my colleagues and I find that we have arrived at our 1-year anniversary of working in the U.K.,” writes Megan Tetlow in this week's In Practice blog. Read Megan's comical reflections on the simple everyday things in the U.K. that have flummoxed her (like what counts as a pudding).

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