American Academy of Physician Assistants
  • Are You In?

    Are You In?

    Join us at AAPA 2015 for 250+ hours of CME, dozens of alumni and networking events and the latest medical innovations.Register Now
  • Now Available −  JAAPA June Issue

    Now Available − JAAPA June Issue

    Read the latest edition of the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the award-winning, peer-reviewed clinical journal of AAPA.Read Now
  • Earn up to 28.5 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits

    Earn up to 28.5 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits

    Registration is now open! Get up to date on critical orthopedic topics. Registrants get a FREE online self-assessment CME activity!Learn More
  • Be Recognized as a Preceptor

    Be Recognized as a Preceptor

    Apply for our clinical preceptor recognition program and be acknowledged for your work to educate the next generation of PAs.Read More
  • Medicare Reform Law a Victory for PAs

    Medicare Reform Law a Victory for PAs

    The statute that was signed into law by President Obama on April 16 includes an increase in Medicare payment rates for PAs and other providers for each of the next five years.Learn More
  • Imagine What

    Imagine What's Next: AAPA Conference 2015

    The newest issue of PA Professional imagines what’s next for PAs and the PA profession. In recent years, the healthcare landscape has changed drastically, and it continues to evolve today.Read Now

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New! What is a PA? Video in Spanish

Help your Spanish-speaking patients learn more about PAs with the new, FREE Spanish version of our popular “What is a PA?” video.

PAs in the News

See What’s Happening at AAPA Conference 2015

Get in on the action at the world’s largest PA conference (May 23−27) with up-to-the-minute news on the Conference Daily blog. It's the place to get the latest conference news, updates, photos, videos and more! 

Don’t forget to download the AAPA app to get immediate conference alerts—and PA news all year long.

You can also follow the event on Facebook and #AAPA15 on Twitter

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