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Taking SRTA in Richmond Dec14-16, would appreciate any advice\help.Practicing in PA for 7yrs, concerned about getting patients for the exam, prefer locals. Thanks.
 

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Originally posted by Doomer:
•Taking SRTA in Richmond Dec14-16, would appreciate any advice\help.•

Maybe I'm the only one, but I don't have a clue as to what SRTA stands for. Would you enlighten me?

Thanks. :)
 

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Originally posted by Jamier2:
•Maybe I'm the only one, but I don't have a clue as to what SRTA stands for. Would you enlighten me?

Thanks. :)

Nope you're not alone.... SRTA? Please define....
 
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I tried doing a quick search on Yahoo and came up with tons of definition for this acronym.... I am interested in knowing how it relates to Physicians Assistants. Thanx
 

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I don't think this has anything to do with physician assistants. He says he's been practicing in PA, not as a PA. I think he's refering to Pennsylvania.
 

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Apparently this same person has now posted in the Dental forum.... Thus SRTA relates to dentistry....
 

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SRTA - Souther Regional Testing Authority or some such - and yes it is dental. This has been crossposted to the Dental forum, so I'll close this one down.

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