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We’ve put together some our best resources to help introduce your students to the concepts of reim...

We’ve put together some our best resources to help introduce your students to the concepts of reimbursement.

By Emily Pollock, on 04/23/2018

Deliver one of our ready-made presentations or introduce a flipped classroom model with content from...

Deliver one of our ready-made presentations or introduce a flipped classroom model with content from one of our national learning initiatives.

By Emily Pollock, on 04/23/2018

As communities continue to recover from hurricanes, the aftermath of these storms serves as an impor...

As communities continue to recover from hurricanes, the aftermath of these storms serves as an important reminder about PA ability to lawfully practice during a disaster or an emergency. Although PAs have the medical proficiency…

By Cherri Hall, on 10/23/2018

As many state legislatures are winding down their 2020 sessions, it’s not too early to develo...

As many state legislatures are winding down their 2020 sessions, it’s not too early to develop and refine advocacy and communications plans for the 2021 state legislative session. Barriers to PA practice can exist in…

By Cherri Hall, on 05/03/2019

AAPA is pleased to announce that 18 state and territorial chapters have been awarded advocacy grants...

AAPA is pleased to announce that 18 state and territorial chapters have been awarded advocacy grants to modernize PA legislation in 2020. The funds for these grants, which totaled $800,000, were approved by the Board…

By Cherri Hall, on 11/19/2019

Conference call discussions for CO leaders - open to all CO leaders, including board members, commit...

Conference call discussions for CO leaders – open to all CO leaders, including board members, committee members, delegates and staff.

By Emily Pollock, on 01/09/2017

Since launching in Oklahoma in August 2017, the Uniform Application (UA) for PAs is now accepted by...

Since launching in Oklahoma in August 2017, the Uniform Application (UA) for PAs is now accepted by five medical and PA boards in four states (Maine allopathic and osteopathic, Montana, Oklahoma, and Washington allopathic). While…

By Cherri Hall, on 11/08/2018

If you publish an op-ed, make sure to consider these six tips to ensure your CO is maximizing its ex...

If you publish an op-ed, make sure to consider these six tips to ensure your CO is maximizing its exposure.

By Cherri Hall, on 07/05/2018

An important ingredient for SA is a set of high-quality assessment questions that include detailed r...

An important ingredient for SA is a set of high-quality assessment questions that include detailed rationales to augment the learning outcomes.

By Emily Pollock, on 01/03/2017

The goal of the Sunshine Act is to increase transparency of transfers of value from industry to phys...

The goal of the Sunshine Act is to increase transparency of transfers of value from industry to physicians that have the potential to create bias.

By Emily Pollock, on 11/14/2016