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    Hi everyone, very new to TSR so forgive me! I'm currently finishing my second year of Adult Nursing and was always orientated to advanced practice and medicine, I always wanted to be a Clinical nurse specialist rather than just working on a ward when I qualify. I heard about the PA programmes being offered and think this would be a really good suit for me as I've found both from being a male nursing student as well as my own interests I very much like the idea of the medical model and how I could work regarding both specialties, responsibilities and hours. I was wondering if anyone had advice for me as some people have argued the PA vs NP route; however the PA role with the medical model is holding my interest more. I really hope you guys can give me any information
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