We want your voice to be heard. That's why we offer a variety of volunteer leadership opportunities – exclusive to AAPA members – that can make an immediate impact on your career.
Our volunteer engagement structure allows for the creation of a wide variety of task-oriented, high-speed, outcome-focused volunteer opportunities. You will play an integral role in addressing the ever-widening range of issues affecting healthcare and other topics relevant to our Strategic Plan. These opportunities may include task forces, focus groups or expert panels; others may involve individual consultations with PAs and other experts who have experience in a particular healthcare environment or specialty area.
If you have questions about any of these volunteer opportunities or groups, please email
Looking for medical liaisons? All are listed on the
Medical Liaison page.
Wondering who is participating in AAPA's volunteer groups? Take a look at the Volunteer Group Outcomes page.
Help champion a new private online community
for AAPA members. We’re seeking social media savvy (or simply enthused)
individuals to help us build a thriving online community of PAs and PA students
(Note: you must be a fellow, retiried or student member to participate): https://www.formsite.com/aapa/huddlevolunteers/index.html
The Advisory Committee on Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry (ACTPCMD) provides guidance and recommendations to the Administration and Congress on issues concerning the primary care workforce and its training. The Committee is composed of health professionals (including PAs) with experience in education and training of the primary care workforce.
The Advisory Committee on Interdisciplinary, Community-Based Linkages (ACICBL) provides guidance and recommendations to the Administration and Congress concerning interdisciplinary, community-based training grant programs, in areas such as Area Health Education Centers, geriatrics, mental health, and rural health.
The Council on Graduate Medical Education’s (COGME) work focuses on issues concerning the supply and distribution of physicians in the United States, physician workforce trends, training issues and financing policies.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health
Information Technology (ONC) is seeking applications to the Health Information
Technology Policy Committee (HITPC) and the Health Information Technology
Standards Committee (HITSC).