The summer months make us think of annual physicals and sports participation certificates for our children. But what about your constituent organization? Is it healthy and ready to participate in strenuous exercise? Perhaps a constituent organization checkup is in order.
AAPA’s constituent chapters provide their members locally-based CME, networking opportunities, social gatherings, timely information, advocacy and job resources.
Specialty organizations support AAPA’s knowledge base regarding medical specialty practice issues.
A caucus is composed of individuals who share a common goal or interest related to healthcare access or delivery.
Special interest groups are informal groups composed of individuals sharing a common goal or interest.
The following tips will help leaders get the most out of board and committee meetings.
AAPA recognizes the value of collaborative and seamless relationships with our constituent organizations (COs), and in 2013 formalized a mutual benefit engagement model by approving updates to state and federal service charters, and creating new recognition and affiliation agreements as essential CO engagement tools.