You are invited to attend our next AAPA Town Hall with the BOT
Live! from the Fall Conference
Register now for this last Town Hall offering of 2018, which will take place Live! from the Fall Conference in New Orleans on Monday, September 24, at 3:45pm CDT.
Topic: Advocacy for the PA: What we can do for you
Presenters: APATP Adjunct Mary Dydo, ASCP Adjunct Mike Sovocool, Commission on Cancer Adjunct Erika Paulsen, MarComm Committee Chair Charlene Gettings, and members of the Board of Trustees
Moderator: Lauren Polli, MarComm Committee member
Summary: As the premier professional association for pathologists’ assistants, the mission and core values of the AAPA include advocating for the individual PA and the PA profession as a whole. While the AAPA has achieved a number of milestones over time that have been very positive, there is always more we can do to promote our profession, educate other medical professionals about pathologists’ assistants, and gain recognition for the critical role we play in quality patient care. This Town Hall will briefly review some of these milestones, and will then lead to a discussion on what we as an organization and as individual PAs can do to advocate for ourselves and our profession. Our panel of presenters hopes to have an engaging and meaningful discussion with those in attendance as well as those participating remotely.
Please take this opportunity to ask questions directly to the BOT on this topic! We invite you to pre-submit questions; you will also have the opportunity to ask questions during the live Town Hall meeting. ***Pre-submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline of Wednesday, September 19.***
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing detailed steps on how to join the webinar on September 24. Those registered to attend the Fall Conference should plan to meet in the Mardi Gras Ballroom.
Register now to attend the Town Hall (applies to those who will be attending remotely via GoToWebinar and also those who will be attending in person):