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Hippo Education
By Hippo Education on February 28, 2022

I am very proud of Hippo’s Race and Medicine series and its efforts to foster a rational discussion around an important topic.

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on January 24, 2022

After nearly two years, the EM world is more exhausted than ever.

Beyond Burnout: The Dreary State of EM

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on December 08, 2021

Our CEO Aaron Bright, MD, sat down to discuss the remarkable way in which Hippo’s giving back where it really counts this holiday season.

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on November 22, 2021

In this bonus content of AAPA Primary Care RAP, our hosts Adrian Banning DHSc, MMS, PA-C, DHSc and Kris Maday MS, PA-C, DFAAPA chat with AAPA President Jennifer Orozco, who discusses her journey from being a PA in Chicago to becoming the leader of the AAPA, and even shares her insights into how to balance your own wellbeing while taking care of the wellbeing of others.

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on October 19, 2021

Header1Join us for a Q&A with emergency physician/Hippo CEO Aaron Bright as we pick his brain on one of the biggest issues in modern clinical practice.

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on October 05, 2021

100513_EEM_1812An Interview with PAs Katie Iverson & Vicky Pittman

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on September 01, 2021

And how to crush it your first time

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on August 16, 2021

Wellness and Self Care 

Your clinical year will be one like no other that you have ever experienced. Changing rotations every two, four, six or maybe even eight weeks is a lot of change. Some of you will be moving physically to new places for each rotation which adds the extra stress of packing, driving, maybe even flying and settling into new digs right as you start a new rotation. It can be a lot. 

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on August 11, 2021

Tips for Post-Graduate Residency

I graduated from PA 17 years ago in 2004 and that year only one of my classmates did a post-graduate residency and it was kind of by mistake. She followed a fiancé far from home, hated her first job, and took a dermatology residency spot out of necessity when her engagement broke up and she had a lease in a city with no job. She ended up loving dermatology and still practices it to this day. Residencies were just not commonplace ‘back then’.

Hippo Education
By Hippo Education
on August 04, 2021

CME Logging and Tips

You’ve passed your PANCE (Congratulations!!!), landed your first job as a PA, and now it’s time to start focusing on maintaining your NCCPA certification. Part of that process is obtaining and logging continuing medical education (CME) credits. When I first graduated, it was hard to keep straight the different types of CME credits. How do I know if an activity counts as Category 1 or 2? What the heck is the difference between Category 1 and Category 2? What records do I need to keep in case I get audited by the NCCPA? Wait, I can get audited...like the IRS audits taxes?!