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Physical Exam Teaching Associate Application

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.

Now accepting applications for summer 2017 training

  • $45–$50/hr compensation
  • Resume builder
  • ”PRN” job—work as needed
  • Required skills:
    • 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.

BECOME A PHYSICAL EXAM TEACHING ASSOCIATE (PETA)
Last edited by: tarpley 09/28/2017