AAPA’s events are designed to help you become the strongest PA you can be, no matter what you need.
Stay clinically current while earning CME. Network with colleagues and grow your career. Find professional development and sharpen your leadership and management skills. Attend an AAPA event!
San Antonio, TX
May 14–18, 2016
Power up your practice at AAPA 2016! Get refreshed, re-fueled and re-energized with 6,000 of your peers and put new ideas to work. Registration opens November 30, 2015 at 10 a.m. EST.
February 4–6, 2016
Attend the profession's premier event for leadership development and organizational management training with an opportunity to participate in federal advocacy. Gain the knowledge and skills to shape the future of your profession by meeting with legislators on Capitol Hill and more.
Find every session from our top live events online and learn anytime, anywhere. Choose the sessions you need from the comprehensive digital libraries, or save on the bundle packages.
San Diego, CA
June 11–14, 2015
Tackle the most challenging aspects of orthopaedics with The PA’s Guide to the Musculoskeletal Galaxy. From musculoskeletal imaging to pediatric orthopaedic review and more, this course gives you a well-rounded foundation from expert faculty. Don’t miss this popular event from AAPA and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
October 6–12, 2015
Held every year, National PA Week is a celebration of the PA profession and its contributions to the nation’s health. The week’s focus is promoting awareness of the profession and recognizing PAs and PA students nationwide for their incredible patient care. See how you can participate!
October 14–18, 2015
Don’t miss the perfect course for those in adult hospital medicine – whether new or experienced! Brush up on commonly encountered diagnoses and diseases of adult hospitalized patients at Boot Camp, brought to you by AAPA and the Society of Hospital Medicine. Learn current, evidence-based topics, network with like-minded practitioners, and earn more than 30 AAPA Category 1 CME credits.