APPAP is an organization that serves as a resource for Physician Assistants and Physician Assistant students interested in postgraduate education. Please see our Programs Page for a listing of available programs offered by state or specialty.
The PA Profession is based on the medical model of broad, generalist education provided by entry-level PA Programs. With this core training, PAs may be successfully integrated into any medical or surgical specialty with adequate on-the-job training and appropriate MD supervision. Post-graduate PA Residency Training Programs are voluntary. APPAP is opposed to mandates by state boards, hospitals and other employers to require postgraduate clinical training for obtaining hospital privileges or employment.
2022 Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship Conference:
Launching and Refining Your Programs
Update – 2021 APP Fellowship Conference DATE CHANGED
Thank you for your patience in awaiting additional conference details as we have been closely monitoring the evolution of the COVID pandemic. In prioritizing the health and safety of our speakers and conference attendees, the conference planning committee has elected to move the 2021 Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship Conference: Launch and Refining Your Programs from October to April 22 - 23, 2022.…
Titles vs. Teams? How to Best Build the Future of Healthcare
APPAP Response to Joint Letter from Emergency Medicine Physician Organizations Regarding Postgraduate Training The Association of Postgraduate PA Programs (APPAP) is the national representative of PA clinical postgraduate training programs and a constituent organization of the American Academy of PAs. PA clinical postgraduate education has existed for nearly 50 years to accommodate the growing need for healthcare providers as well…