Toolkits for PAs to Mobilize the Movement
As licensed clinicians who practice in every specialty and setting, PAs are in a unique position to put these National Health Priorities into action. Tools such as continuing medical education (CME), fellowships, and webinars provide them the resources they need to improve patient health in these critical areas.
Partnering With PAs on Education, Action, and Healthier Communities
AAPA and the PA Foundation support PAs as they address our nation’s biggest health epidemics head-on. From equipping PAs for effective patient care, to building their civic awareness and understanding, to joining with health organizations to develop community-based programs – we support PAs so they can focus on their patients.
Industry, health system, and community health partners are essential to making this possible.
Become a Partner
CME & Education
We provide targeted CME curricula and other educational resources on National Health Priorities to equip PAs to improve patient health.
We create opportunities at our events for PAs, employers, community members, and other partners to engage in thought leadership and advance our collective response to National Health Priorities.
We produce news stories highlighting our efforts and the contributions of PAs to National Health Priorities.
We offer PAs fellowship opportunities and resources to engage with their communities outside traditional healthcare settings.
PA & Student Engagement
We develop education and other resources to engage PAs and PA students on National Health Priorities.
We collect quantitative and qualitative data on PA practice experiences, and educational and workforce development needs, and rigorously evaluate the outcomes of our programming.
We partner with Constituent Organizations, employers, and other allies to remove barriers to PA practice and advance national policy in support of National Health Priorities.
Together, We Are Building a Movement
While our nation faces big challenges, they are not insurmountable. We all have a role to play.
Here’s how you can help.