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Championing LGBTQ+ issues for patients and staff

Recently graduated physician associate Bradley Sewell explains how his experiences as part of the LGBTQ+ community are helping to inform his clinical practice.

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Obianuju Nwokolo

For Black History Month, this blog focuses on the life and career of physician associate, Obianuju Nwokolo.

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Finding my place as a physician associate

Jennylee always knew she wanted to work in healthcare, but was discouraged by a schoolteacher from pursuing a medical career. It was only once she’d finished her studies and came across a job advert for a physician associate role that the career path she’d always hoped for finally slotted into place.

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Supporting LGBT+ patients, colleagues and friends

This LGBT+ history month, physician associate (PA) James Catton discusses his role as a PA, promoting LGBT+ healthcare, and how we can support our LGBT+ patients, colleagues and friends.

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Ria Agarwal

For South Asian Heritage Month, this blog focuses on the life and career of physician associate Ria Agarwal.

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Choosing to study to become a physician associate

For Black History Month, this blog focuses on the life and career of physician associate student, Simisola Olatunde-Adeyemo.

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Working with Captain Tom Moore

Claire Alajooz, senior physician associate, reflects on the privilege of treating NHS fundraiser Captain Tom Moore.

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Monique Bediako

For Black History Month, this blog focuses on the life and career of physician associate student, Monique Bediako.

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Sofia Mughal

For South Asian Heritage Month 2021, physician associate Sofia Mughal tells us how her Pakistani heritage has shaped her life and career.

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Working as a physician associate with a long-term health condition

Physician associate (PA) Tanya Bass knew she wanted to work in a patient-facing role, but it wasn’t until she discovered the physician associate profession that she found her calling. Moving from her home in Southend-on-Sea to the West Midlands to study to become a PA was a huge financial challenge and required a lot of dedication.The experience of becoming a PA, coupled with living with long-term health conditions, has taught her she can do anything she puts her mind to.