IAPA CME Conference 2018
Please join us in scenic Bloomington, Indiana for two days of exciting lectures to sharpen your clinical skills and connect with your fellow PAs!
This CME event will offer 16 hours of Category 1 CME in two days, with lectures including current issues in…
- Hepatitis B and C – Marion County declared Hepatitis C a Public Health Emergency in May 2018!
- Opioids – Indiana Senate Bill 225 was signed into law this year – all prescribers must complete at least two hours of CME on opioids in order to renew their license!
- Atrial fibrillation
- Parkinson’s disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- And more!
Additionally, IAPA is preparing to work with the legislators to improve PA practice in Indiana. Learn more about our plans and support our advocacy efforts by attending conference. We can’t do it without you!
The Indiana Academy of Physician Assistants (IAPA) is the definitive and authoritative voice of Indiana physician assistants (PAs).
IAPA advances quality healthcare that is cost-effective and accessible as well as fosters the best practice environment for PAs.
Our association supports over 1,100 PAs in the state of Indiana and promotes the PA profession through legislative advocacy, continuing medical education (CME), and community health support.
Register now for the 2018 IAPA Conference October 11-12, in Bloomington, Indiana. Mingle with fellow PAs, get current CME on hot topics in Indiana, and learn what IAPA is working on to improve your ability to practice in our state!
Not a member? Join now! New fellow members registering for conference and joining IAPA will receive a $50 rebate from IAPA.
Interested in great savings? Through November 1, 2018, PAs can register for a limited-time LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP to IAPA. For a one-time payment of $1000, your membership will last for your entire career!
Watch Karissa's PA Story!
IAPA has set an example for me as to what a great provider looks like. It is my hope that I will be able to emulate that when I am a practicing PA.Karissa PA | IAPA Member
As the main driver of legislative changes for PA practice, IAPA has contributed to tremendous improvements in our ability to provide efficient, high-quality healthcare for our patients. This includes increasing PA to physician ratios, reducing chart review requirements, improving drug prescribing policies, and eliminating state restrictions on performing sports physicals on high school athletes.Chris Roman, PA-C | IAPA Member
IAPA is the the voice of every PA in the state of Indiana by promoting our profession, improving our scope of practice, allowing PAs to serve more Hoosiers, and organizing CME events.Courtney Sullenberger, PA-C | IAPA Member