PA programs can submit their applications to receive eligibility to award Category 1 CME to their PA preceptors here.
For AAPA purposes, a live event is a group-based activity held at a fixed date and time in which participants interact with one or more faculty.
An enduring material is a print or Web-based activity that does not have a specific time or location designated for participation.
Providers may use this new application type for activities that supply learners with a mechanism to conduct a systematic review of their own performance, knowledge base or skill set.
Hospitals, health systems, clinics, medical schools and other duty-of-care providers with quality improvement activities with participating PAs can get their projects approved for AAPA Category 1 PI-CME credit.
Providers must include three stages to apply for AAPA Category 1 PI-CME Credits.
A series of educational sessions held by a hospital, health system, clinic, medical school or other duty-of-care provider that occurs at set intervals on an ongoing basis and which are primarily planned by and presented to the organization’s own staff.