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Physician Assistant student offers glimpse of program via social media

PA student Jamie Murawski likes to help potential PA students through her social media accounts and blogging.University of Detroit Mercy Physician Assistant student Jamie Murawski loves to help people, it’s why she’s in school to be a Physician Assistant (PA). She also loves to help potential PA students.

Through social media and blogging, Murawski chronicles her ups, downs and everything in between during her journey through PA school. Prospective PA students can follow Murawski’s progress and ask questions along the way.

“I really just like answering questions,” Murawski said. “I know that sounds boring to some people, but I like educating people about the field because a lot of people don’t even know what a PA is. I like to teach about that. Then there’s a lot of people who are striving to go to PA school, but they have no idea how to get there, and I was in that position so I want to be someone who helps as many people like that as I can.”

Murawski’s Instagram account, @jamienicole_pa.s, offers insight into PA school through posts, daily stories and Instagram live posts where people can interact with her.


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