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Why you should join FAPA by Nicole Schtupak-Zernitsky, FAPA South Regional Director: It’s a great idea for all Florida PAs to be members of our state academy, the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants (FAPA). It allows for SO much: networking, information, mentoring, biannual conferences and being up to date with all the PA legislation, just to name a few. Dues go to help lobby for our profession, and protect it against non friendly PA legislation, and lobby to help pass laws that ensure we have the practicing rights we do. It’s also tax deductible! It does not go to pay salaries… I am on the board of directors as the South Regional Director, and everything I, and the other members of the board, do are all voluntary. We do what we do because we believe in and love our profession. If you love PAs, love your PA, want to protect the PA profession, be a PA, working hard to become a PA then support your state academy. It’s super important. I had no idea until I became a PA student, and even more so now that I’ve become one. You want to protect everything you’ve worked so hard to attain. And don’t think that for one second there aren’t non friendly legislation attempting to sneak into laws. It’s currently happening! It’s bc of the state academy and their political action committee that help to combat those groups. Non friendly legislation in one state opens the door for other states. We have to all band together in all of the ways we can. One way to help, is just as simple as becoming a member. Nicole’s background: ER PA, critical care flight PA, South Regional Director for FAPA, adjunct faculty at Barry University, and previously sat on the admissions committee for the PA program. Thank you for reading. Please share. Join today: http://www.fapaonline.org/default.asp?
What do you guys think about this? Would you be interested in working in dentistry? How many more months of schooling would you sacrifice to be qualified? I think it's a great opportunity to expand the PA profession and it would open up a lot of new job opportunities. Below is a link to the FAPA survey if anyone is interested in taking it, it only took about three minutes to complete. Should PAs get involved in oral health? Many Americans lack regular access to dental care; this is especially true in the state of Florida. One proposal to address this problem is the inclusion of physician assistants in oral health care delivery. This survey investigates physician assistants' interests and desires to serve in an oral health capacity. Your participation gives valuable information that could aid in increasing access to oral health. Please click link below to take this anonymous survey:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YL5PV32