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Cover Letter Template
This template was created by AAPA’s Early Career PA Commission and is intended to help guide PAs in all career stages, including PA students, through the process of creating a cover letter that will impress prospective employers.
Reference List Template
This reference list template was created by AAPA’s Early Career PA Commission and is intended to help guide PAs in all career stages, including PA students, who are asked to provide a list of references to a prospective employer.
When Good Intentions Go Bad: Stories in Medical Ethics
Ethical issues may arise with each patient encounter. Join AAPA for this FREE webinar on what to do when the ethical choice isn’t clear.
How to Tailor Your Job Application for a Specialty Transition
Any successful career transition is rooted in self-knowledge, curiosity and a zestful movement towards what inspires you as a clinician. PAs have unique career journeys given their ability to navigate specialty transitions that can be both exciting and daunting.
Navigating the Job Search as a New Grad
Finding your first PA job is challenging enough, and even more so during a pandemic. Join AAPA for this webinar about navigating a job search as a new grad.
Here’s How Every PA Can Play a Role in Mental Healthcare
Megan Pinder, MMS, PA-C, is an advocate for psychiatric patients both personally and professionally. She responds to questions about PAs’ role in mental health, how access, socioeconomic status, and stigma impact patient mental health, and how to advocate for mental health patients.
Putting on Your Oxygen Mask: The Importance of Taking Care of Your Mental Health to Succeed in PA School
Mental health affects everyone from PA students to practicing PAs. Join AAPA for this webinar featuring a discussion on mental health. Learn what you can do now to and as you prepare for your PA career to take care of yourself!
PAs: Obstetrics and Gynecology Needs You!
President of APAOG, Melissa Rodriguez, DMSc, PA-C, thinks PAs are a great fit for practicing in obstetrics and gynecology; they are medically trained, compassionate, team-oriented, and are qualified to identify, prevent, and treat most, if not all, causes of maternal mortality.