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The best clinical tools to help improve patient care, in one place – Career Central. Search the latest clinical findings in UpToDate. Look up medication dosages in OvidMD. Communicate effectively with Canopy Learn, the NIH-supported medical Spanish course. All at special AAPA member rates!

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Solve the PA Pay Gap

AAPA is working to solve the PA pay gap by making sure that every PA has the tools they need to effectively negotiate their pay and benefits.



Where PAs Start Their Job Search

Career Central is helping PAs get hired. With thousands of job openings in PA JobSource, interview tips and more, you’ll land your ideal position in no time!




CHLM Keeps You On The Forefront of Healthcare

As a healthcare organization, your most valuable tool is your provider team. Having the right provider in the right place at the right time changes the way healthcare is delivered.

CHLM – Improving healthcare, fostering productive teams, and developing leaders.

Featured Content

PA at the End of the Rainbow

When Capt. Jimmy Lam, PA-C, U.S. Air Force, was first told he would be deployed to Palau, his commanding officer asked him, “Do you know where that is?” Lam is one of hundreds of American PAs who practice medicine in remote locations all over the world, serving their military colleagues, or taking care of local populations. 

Early-Career PAs Share Leadership Advice

Students and early-career PAs may think it is too soon to start thinking about leadership roles, but at AAPA’s 2018 Leadership and Advocacy Summit, four PA panelists spoke passionately about the need to make leadership a priority.

Plan Time Away and Return to Practice

Taking a break and returning to practice is a common pattern in the PA career cycle. Planning and preparation can make all the difference in how smooth or how challenging the resumption of PA practice will be.

PAs and Consent to Settle

If you are accused of a medical error while working as a PA, you look to your malpractice insurance to pay any amounts due to the injured party (the plaintiff). Sometimes, a judge or jury determines this amount after the proceedings of a trial. It is important to understand the “consent to settle” provision in your malpractice policy.

We Help Leaders Ascend

Do you have the skills you need to become an effective leader? Learn how you can impact change and improve patient care with CEP America’s leadership development guide.

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