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SHAYNE’S FAVORITE PRIMARY CARE RESOURCES

In 10 years of primary care and urgent care medicine, I’ve vetted quite a few resources, and have some personal favorites. I figured I would share those with you, whether “you” are a PA student, new graduate, or practicing PA-C looking for recommendations. These are broken down into Apps and books, as some resources are unavailable in digital form, or are just truly best in book form.

Apps ON MY PHONE

BEST BOOKS TO HAVE ON HAND

That’s my list of the most essential Primary Care resources that I think that you’ll need. If you have a favorite not on this list, then give me a shout.

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