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  • Closed Club  ·  27 members  ·  Last active

    ** Private, Invite Only ** If you are a PA Educator and would like to become a member of the PA Educator Club here at the PA Forum, then you may join by either an invite from an existing member or by contacting us here at the PA Forum by emailing from your institution email (.edu) address. You can email the request to PhysicianAssistantForum @ gmail.com.

  • Closed Club  ·  6 members  ·  Last active

    For those PAs interested in and positioned to participate in research, writing, or teaching. Not limited to those currently employed by a university, this forum welcomes those with or working on higher education beyond the 'normal' entry level masters' degree. Note that there is a separate PA educators club.

  • Closed Club  ·  134 members  ·  Last active

    PAs for Tomorrow is a professional group of PAs committed to the idea that the PA profession must present itself accurately, as autonomous professionals, to survive and prosper in the future medical care marketplace. We believe that every PA must be represented by a title that accurately describes their full worth. We believe in action, terminology, and legislation that will remove barriers to PA practice, allowing us to provide our care more effectively and more efficiently. We believe our profession needs quality research that quantifies our full impact in the medical world across our varied scopes of practice, both in primary care and specialties. We believe in fair reimbursement for all clinicians, regardless of their title. PAs impact and benefit the lives of millions of patients each day, both across the United States and throughout the world. It is time for our profession to show it. Let's Work Together To Ensure Our Future. (Club now open to both PAFT members and allies)

  • Open Club  ·  9 members

    PA's working in medical informatics or those who have an intrest in medical informatics

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