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.
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Ethical Guidelines for the PA Profession
AAPA has developed ethical guidelines for the PA profession that offer a framework for your decision-making.
Personal Finance for PAs
No matter where you are in your PA career, it’s beneficial to have a basic knowledge of saving, debt management, and use of credit. Gain insight, strategies, and tools to meet your financial goals with the help of these AAPA and partner resources.
How to Find PA Shadowing in the Era of COVID-19
Shadowing hours can strengthen your PA School application and show the admission committee you understand the unique role PAs play in healthcare. Here are three ways you can secure shadowing hours.
Practice Partnership and Ownership
Owning a practice or other healthcare business is complex and can present special challenges for PAs. The following information can help you decide whether practice partnership or ownership is right for you.
A Day in the Life of a Rheumatology PA
As a PA practicing in rheumatology, Lindsay Tom, PA-C, treats a wide variety of rheumatology conditions. In this specialty, she helps return quality of life for patients in pain – and her clinical work includes radiology, procedures, and assisting in the infusion suite.
Is Locums work a good option for you?
Practicing in a locum tenens position is a uniquely flexible way to explore a new location, expand your practice, make professional connections, and stay clinically active between longer-term positions.
OB-GYN and Women’s Health Care
Are you passionate about OB-GYN and women’s health care? It is estimated that fewer than 2% of all PAs practice in the field of OB-GYN and its subspecialties – however there is a growing need for PAs in that field due to projected physician shortages, physician burnout, and an increase in maternal mortality in the U.S.
Finding Your Dream Job
There is no perfect job. Career satisfaction is highly individualized. PAs can find the right job for them by carefully considering variables like work-life balance, compensation, and work setting, and prioritizing the variables that align with their passions, values, and morals.