Constituent organizations (CO) are independent organizations affiliated with AAPA. They provide their members with locally based CME, networking opportunities, social gatherings, timely information, advocacy and job resources.
AAPA’s constituent chapters provide their members locally-based CME, networking opportunities, social gatherings, timely information, advocacy and job resources.
Specialty organizations support AAPA’s knowledge base regarding medical specialty practice issues.
Special interest groups are informal groups composed of individuals sharing a common goal or interest.
A caucus is composed of individuals who share a common goal or interest related to healthcare access or delivery.
Updates from and about AAPA’s Constituent Organizations.
Conference call discussions for CO leaders – open to all CO leaders, including board members, committee members, delegates and staff.
View all the CO Advocacy tips of the month from the AAPA CO team.
With the resources on this page, COs can improve organizational practices and operations, and at the same time enhance programs and services delivered to members.