IAPA has partnered with All of Us to help spread the word about this opportunity for patients to join one million fellow Americans to help advance healthcare knowledge for the future of All of Us!!!
Ask your collaborating physicians to submit letters of support for
PAtients First legislation to modernize PA practice in Illinois.
It’s easy, at www.PAtientsFirstIllinois.org!
This online training video provides an overview of sexual harassment in and out of the workplace. It identifies four main objectives:
- Define sexual harassment, including its forms and types;
- Identify how to respond if you experience or witness unwelcome sexual harassment;
- Identify how to report sexual harassment within your place of employment and to outside entities such as the Illinois Department of Human Rights; and
- Understand whistleblower protections.
This activity has been reviewed by the AAPA Review Panel and is compliant with AAPA CME Criteria. This activity is designated for 1.00 AAPA Category 1 CME credits. Approval is valid for one year from 01/15/2020. PAs should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation.
Your PA Can Handle It
PA Week | October 6-12
Every year from October 6-12, we celebrate National PA Week, which recognizes the PA profession and its contributions to the nation’s health.
Board Certification & Licensure
Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations (IDFPR) resources including the PA Practice Act, Administrative rules, Applications for Licensure, Application for Prescriptive Authority, Supervising Physician Forms
The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) is dedicated to serving the interest of the public. We do so with a passionate belief that certified PAs are essential members of the health care delivery team who provide millions access to more affordable, high quality health care. Our vision is to transform the delivery of quality healthcare by certifying qualified PAs through programs that improve patient care while exemplifying a commitment to excellence unparalleled among certifying organizations.
Education & Training
Areas of Specialty & Clinical Practice
Become a PA
Step 2: Attend an accredited PA program
Step 3: Become certified
Step 4: Obtain a state license
Step 5: Maintain your certification
See more info on prerequisites and healthcare experience at the AAPA website.