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Physician Assistants for Global Health (PAGH), in conjunction with the UC-Denver School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program, is presenting a 1 day CME at the UC Denver campus on Saturday, September 19, 2015. 8 hours of AAPA Category 1 has been requested and is pending.


See below for further details regarding the conference or visit www.pasforglobalhealth.com for additional information. 



2015 Global Health Conference
Presented By
Physician Assistants for Global Health & UC School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program

Taking Place On
Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Located At
UC Denver Anschutz Medical Campus 
(Aurora, Colorado)

Proposed CME Topics
Women’s Health
Ebola & Emerging Viruses Update
Oral Health
Update on PAs Around The World
Ethics in Global Health
Disaster Management

Fee Includes
Saturday Night Mixer 

Hotel for Conference
(follow link for special rates)
SpringHill Suites At Anschutz Medical Campus

$115 Non-Members 
$100 Members

$50 Non-members
$40 Members
$25 UC Denver PA Program Students

Just go to our website!

Conference organizers have requested hours of AAPA Category 1CME credit from the Physician Assistant Review Panel. Total number of approved credits yet to be determined. 

What is PAGH?
Physician Assistants for Global Health (PAGH) is a completely volunteer-run (working PAs and PA students) constituent organization (CO) of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). We are a grassroots non-profit organization working to provide information and act as a forum for PAs interested in working in medically underserved areas around the globe.
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I attended this conference today and it was fantastic. It was a full day of presentations on many interesting topics for PAs interested in Global Health or remote areas of the U.S. Also it was great networking for PAs and PA students interested in international medical work with some of the leaders of our profession.

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