Top 5 Most Popular CME from AAPA 2020

While the global pandemic prevented us from gathering in-person this year for AAPA 2020, we’ve still got you covered for your CME needs! Check out the Top 5 most popular CME sessions from AAPA 2020.

Q&A with Beth Smolko, President and Chair of the AAPA Board of Directors

AAPA’s new President and Chair of the Board, Beth Smolko, DMSc, MMS, PA-C, discusses the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the PA profession and for AAPA, including the legislative agenda, diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and the Title Change Investigation.

Frontier Medicine: One County, One PA

Amanda Roy, PA-C, is the only healthcare provider for all of Wheeler County, Oregon. She discusses what she finds rewarding about frontier medicine, the significance of precepting in her career, and what it means to her that her patients trust her so much.
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Meet New Student Academy President Katie Ganser

AAPA's new Student Academy President Katie Ganser is inspired by PA students’ emergence as leaders amid the COVID-19 crisis: volunteering, marching, advocating within individual PA programs, and using student passion for patient care to push the profession forward.

PA Week 2020: PAs are Essential

During PA Week, we take extra time to recognize the PA profession and PA contributions to the nation’s health. This year, we’re especially thankful for PAs and have a week’s worth of activities for you to show your PA pride.

PA Educator Shares the Science Behind Memory

PA school is all about memory. So what is the science behind memory, and why do some memory strategies work better than others? Kristopher Maday, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA, shares a three-tiered, information processing model to memory, and how PA students can use it to their benefit.

AAPA Asks CMS to Make Permanent COVID-19 Waivers and Regulatory Changes

AAPA and 62 PA organizations have asked CMS to make permanent many of the waivers and regulatory changes that were put in place during the COVID-19 public health emergency. This would expand access to care for patients by enabling PAs to practice free of administrative burdens.