Start with tips on surviving rotations, your first job search, interviewing, and more. Check out exclusive resources on topics like contract negotiations, career transitions, state laws, and reimbursement. From checklists to guides and videos, it’s all designed to help you succeed.
Watch our video below to see all that’s in store for you.
Insider Tips on Popular PA Specialties
PAs know that career flexibility is a built-in benefit of the profession. But it can be overwhelming to think about transitioning specialties. Do you have enough experience? What’s the best way to get your foot in the door? Four experts share their insights.
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, Dermatology, Education, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Internal Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery, Telemedicine, and Urgent Care.
PA Educator Shares the Science Behind Memory
PA school is all about memory. So what is the science behind memory, and why do some memory strategies work better than others? Kristopher Maday, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA, shares a three-tiered, information processing model to memory, and how PA students can use it to their benefit.
ACHE/AAPA Leadership Learning Collaborative
The online ACHE/AAPA Leadership Learning Collaborative offers 20 of the 36 credits needed to complete the prestigious FACHE credentialing.
Study Less, Remember More
By focusing on the finish line from the very start, developing strong personalized study skills, and maintaining a willingness to adapt, students will learn how to feel confident on test day through both didactic and clinical years.
PA Practice Resources
It is important to understand training, competencies, and the scope of practice of PAs. Knowledge of PA practice can optimize patient care while maintaining compliance with Federal laws and regulations. It’s a ‘win’ for PAs, employers, and patients.
Rachael Jarman Shares 5 Tips for Unemployed PAs
PA Rachael Jarman acknowledges she is not the first PA to go through unemployment and offers a few tips that help her keep a stable mental state. If we take steps towards staying healthy, she says, circumstances feel less dire.