Check Out the Top 5 Most Popular CME From AAPA 2023

If you weren’t able to make it to AAPA 2023, you’re in luck: With AAPA Conference on Demand 2023, you have access to more than 165 credits of AAPA Category 1 CME at your fingertips. All sessions – including this special Top 5 bundle – are now online and discounted for AAPA members. Check out the five most popular sessions from Nashville!

5 Actions to Take As Student Loan Payments Resume

In an ever-changing student loan environment, many PAs are wondering: What’s the best way to pay off student loans? Although there is no one-size-fits-all answer – every borrower has unique financial circumstances – there are many effective strategies you can leverage.

PAs for the Win: 2023 Advocacy Update

During PA Week, we’re reflecting on the progress PAs have achieved toward advancing our legislative agenda this year. AAPA is working hard to remove barriers to PA practice to ensure PAs are in the best possible position to improve patient access to high-quality care. So far this year, 20 states introduced PA-positive legislation, and legislators have taken notice!

Help AAPA Spread the Word: PAs Go Beyond!

Every year during PA Week, we come together to showcase our PA pride and celebrate just how amazing PAs are. This year is no exception! From October 6-12, help us spread the word that PAs Go Beyond – for their patients, their communities, and our healthcare system.

Minority-Focused Shadowing Program Aims to Boost PA Diversity

Infectious disease PA Jina Saltzman noticed a lack of diversity in the PA profession over her nearly 20-year career and decided to do something to help. With a grant from the University of Chicago Medicine’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, she started the program Empowering Minority Pre-PA Students Through Healthcare Shadowing.

Kheira Bettir: A Very Classy PA

After immigrating to the U.S. at four years old, PA Kheira Bettir struggled to fit in. But after extensive studying and pure determination, she excelled. Now, as both an internal medicine PA and social media influencer, she inspires others in the PA profession.

For PA Mohammad Faisal, Teamwork is Key to Providing Care After a Mass Casualty Event

On one late Sunday night, 19 victims of a mass shooting in Baltimore, Maryland came to MedStar Harbor Hospital, a small community hospital, for care. Mohammad Faisal, an emergency medicine PA, walks through the events of the night, reflecting on how he and other providers worked together to stabilize every patient and transfer some of them to trauma centers for further care.