AAPA Event Canceled?

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Due to the public health emergency, several of AAPA’s in-person events have been canceled. We recognize that many PAs rely on the CME credit earned at our in-person events to meet their CME requirements. As such, we are working diligently to make the educational and professional content from our conferences available to you online.

Please check our Events page and click on corresponding event for cancellation status and online CME options. Online CME for some of our canceled 2020 events, such as AAPA Conference, can be found in our CME on Demand library. Other online CME may be still in development. Thank you for your patience as we bring these online learning options to you.

Please note, AAPA is not responsible for cancellation notices or online CME for events hosted by external organizations listed on this CME calendar.

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Reproductive Health Care: Conversations for Clinicians and their Patients

September 27

Reproductive Health is an important element of full-spectrum care. The current health care environment in the US has created fear and anxiety for women and their clinicians, prompted by uncertainty about availability of services, coverage for care and access to clinicians. Education and training that build solutions for reproductive health care will help to alleviate some of that uncertainty.
The average American woman becomes sexually active at age 17 and wants two children. She will spend approximately 4 years of her sexually active reproductive life either pregnant or trying to get pregnant, and 25+ years trying to avoid pregnancy.


September 27
AAPA Category 1 CME Credits




California Academy of PAs