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On June 21, Gov. John Carney signed S.B.116 into law, making Delaware the second state to join Utah in adopting the PA licensure compact. S.B.116 will strengthen access to medical services and enhance the portability of PA licensure while safeguarding the safety of patients and complementing the existing authority of state licensing boards.
July 21, 2023
When it comes to grassroots advocacy, few techniques are as effective as storytelling. Storytelling is citing a personal example, describing your job on a typical day, illustrating through patient anecdotes […]
At the start of every new legislative session – whether we’re talking about Congress in Washington or at state capitols across the country – it is critically important that PAs […]
PAs should continue to use “physician assistant” or “PA” as their official legal title in a professional capacity, particularly in clinical settings and with patients. AAPA is transitioning to use “physician associate” when possible and when it does not present a legal or regulatory conflict. For more information, please visit FAQs.