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In this year of increased political awareness and interest in the political process, a host of newly elected officials – at the federal and state levels – have assumed office and are waiting for PAs to reach out. With constituent organizations (COs) planning for (or already in the midst of) the new legislative sessions, it […]
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.