As the year comes to a close, we thought it would be a good time to take a look back on our most popular advanced practice articles of 2019. Read them here.
Last month, the President and Chair of AAPA’s Board of Directors, Dave Mittman, sat down with the German Minister of Health and the founder of the German PA profession to showcase the PA profession.
Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa—no matter what you celebrate this holiday season, here is a list of ten awesome items to put on your wish list as a PA or NP.
We asked and you answered: what has your career in healthcare made you most thankful for? Here are ten of our favorite responses.
Measles disappeared from the U.S. in 2000. Now, it’s back, with 1,172 cases across 30 states. Here’s how to talk to patients about the importance of vaccines.
A battle has been brewing between advanced practitioners seeking to expand their scope of practice and the physicians who oppose them. Where do you stand?
New Hampshire’s Governor signed a bill on Friday, expanding the list of providers who are allowed to prescribe medical marijuana to include physician assistants.
When the bill goes into effect next June, Maine will be the eighth state to permit advanced practitioners to provide abortion services.
House Bill 821 sought to grant autonomy to Advanced Practitioners in the state of Florida in an effort to expand access to care and affordability.
A new app is taking aim at the telehealth space–not to diagnose, but to triage–and advanced practitioners and RNs are the ones on call.