List of tips for working in the state chapter in government affairs. Available to members only.
Tips written by Steve Wilson, PA-C, DFAAPA.
Tools to help PAs, PA education programs, chapters and constituent organizations advocate more effectively.
All PAs are urged to make appointments to visit members of Congress in their district offices, attend local town hall meetings or round-table discussions, or even host a legislator at your facility to engage face to face with legislators about the role and impact of PAs in healthcare delivery.
Town hall meetings can be a great opportunity to urge support for PA-positive legislation, raise awareness of the PA profession and your role in the community, or simply introduce yourself as a healthcare resource your legislator can count on.
Tips for hosting a federal legislator (senator or representative) or open-seat congressional candidate at your practice.
Learn how a bill becomes law. There are four basic types of legislation: bills, joint resolutions, concurrent resolutions, and simple resolutions.