Reaching New Heights: From Cancer Survivor to Becoming the First PA in Space

Hayley Arceneaux, PA-C, practices at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, nearly two decades after undergoing treatment there for bone cancer. Now she has the extraordinary opportunity to become an astronaut on the world’s first all-civilian space mission this fall.
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The Case for Inclusion and Diversity in PA Cohorts

The University of Utah PA Program is committed to inclusivity. It has enriched its curriculum and provided quality education to hundreds of PAs, including those from under-represented minority (URM) communities.
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AAPA Response to AMA’s #StopScopeCreep Campaign

On behalf of the more than 140,000 PAs across this country who work alongside physicians in every medical setting and specialty, we ask that the American Medical Association (AMA) cease advancing the false and offensive narrative in your #StopScopeCreep campaign, which suggests PA care is not safe and jeopardizes patient safety.

AAPA’s President Wants You to Join the Conversation

AAPA’s President Wants You to Join the Conversation August 21, 2019 Dear Colleague: I am asking you to take a few moments to read this letter. I noticed you are not an AAPA member, and If you’re like me and think our profession needs change, I have news for you: This is no longer your […]