Physical Exam Teaching Associates
About the Physical Exam Teaching Associate program
No medical or educational experience is required to become a Physical Exam Teaching Associate (PETA). The PETA program provides a unique opportunity for Aggie medical students to learn the head to toe physical exam in a non-threatening, standardized, nurturing and safe environment. PETAs teach medical students how to perform a physical exam using their own bodies as teaching tools (excluding any invasive exams) in a small group setting.
- $45–$50/hr compensation
- Resume builder
- ”PRN” job—work as needed
- Have strong communication skills
- Ability to memorize a script
- Desire to improve the education of our future health care providers
Great for retired individuals, people with flexible schedules and individuals interested in pursuing a health care career in the future.