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PA Burnout

At AAPA, we’re here to support your PA well-being and fight PA burnout by ensuring your emotional, physical, social, workplace, and societal well-being.

Resources for Furloughed, Underemployed, and Unemployed PAs

See how AAPA is providing support and advocating for PAs who are furloughed, underemployed, or unemployed during this pandemic.

USPHS SRCOSTEP: Why Every Student Needs to Know This Alphabet Soup

Learn about the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, one of the eight uniformed services. Then hear from a recent student and officer’s experiences in the Senior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (SRCOSTEP). Finally, learn how to apply for this elite paid internship for graduate students!

Areas of Practice Guide

Explore a new career direction or specialty with this collection of AAPA and partner resources, salary data, and CME on various practice areas, including Administration, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, and Orthopaedic Surgery.

PAs & Telemedicine

Home Career Central Career Resources PAs & Telemedicine As growth and demand for virtual healthcare options skyrocket, PAs need to be prepared to practice telemedicine. With these resources from AAPA, external websites, and partners, PAs can find CME and expert advice, review policy and advocacy information, read about PAs in telemedicine, and more. AAPA is […]

Susan D. Kopynec

FirstHealth Center for Provider Well-being Serves Providers and Families

Center Offers a Wealth of Resources to Address Provider Burnout. By Susan D. Kopynec, PA-C Emeritus, DFAAPA.

Eric Tetzlaff

PAs in Oncology Report Burnout and High Satisfaction

Compassion Fatigue Contributes to Emotional Tolls. By Eric Tetzlaff, MHS, PA-C, DFAAPA.

Well-Being PA Career Guide

Joint Task Force on Burnout: Well-Being Fact Sheet

Well-being and resiliency are very important for clinicians. Learn why and then find out how to encourage well-being and resiliency in a healthcare setting, from the system level to individuals.