Most PAs will change jobs at least once in their careers. Being familiar with the following topics will help you handle career transitions.
Do You Belong in This Elite Group?
AAPA’s Distinguished Fellows are 962 PAs who are role models of medical excellence, leadership and professional advocacy. See which PAs are on the list and learn what it takes to join their ranks.
Sound Like Your Employer?
An outstanding PA work environment. Effective conflict management. Opportunities for PAs to provide meaningful input. If your hospital prioritizes these things, it could be one of the first to be recognized as a 2018 CHLM Employer of Excellence. The annual awards showcase hospitals with outstanding PA work environments and collaborative provider teams. Winners will be recognized as top PA employers and models for hospitals nationwide. It takes just minutes to nominate your organization as an Employer of Excellence!
Distinguish yourself with one of AAPA’s leadership opportunities and learn about PA-practice innovators.
Practicing abroad is a great way to enhance your experience as a PA – both professionally and personally. But international practice requires more preparation than practicing in the U.S.
Learn how to leave and reenter practice. A break always works better with a plan.
Learn about the educational resources that are available to help you switch from one specialty to another.
Use this checklist when you are resigning from employment.
Check out an array of CME opportunities, from live CME events, to on-demand CME, to e-learning modules.
Prepare for a return to practice after a break with information on licensure and related reentry requirements.
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