When you complete your degree in Physical Assistance you are now eligible to practice as a healthcare professional and help people out. After you have got a B.Sc in Physical Assistance you will need to practice healthcare assistance under a medical institution or under an individual doctor. This practice is required so that you can gain experience and collect the important information which is related to this field. You will need to practice for a year or two before you can thoroughly enhance your skills and get to learn a lot from the doctors and PA around you.
After you have completed your practice as a physician assistant under a medical institution or individual doctor, you can apply to carry on with your studies as a PA for your Master's Degree. However, many people do their Masters directly after B.Sc. It's upto you. This will further enhance your skills and improve your ability, thus making you more confident and increasing the chances of being employed by an organisation immediately after you complete your degree. Or you can also start practising on your own by opening a private chamber or work as a full-time PA under any medical institution helping out people.
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