Register Now for the Great Midwestern Medical Conference 

Build your professional network, earn valuable CME credit, improve your suturing or biopsy skills, hear about the latest treatment options for your patients and stay up-to-date on legislative issues that impact your practice at the Great Midwestern Medical Conference. The conference will be held October 10-12 at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. Full registration is $350 (members), $500 (nonmembers), $55 (student members) and $75 (student nonmembers). One-day rates and military/veteran discounts are also available. Register today!

 

CME Credits: AAPA Category 1 CME. This activity is under review for credit approval. We have applied for 34 total hours of CME with a maximum of 18 credits per individual.

 

New! Suturing and Skin Biopsy Workshops

Learn from experts at Mayo Clinic, Gundersen Health Systems, ProHealth Systems and Forefront Dermatology to hone your skills with sutures and skin biopsies. Hands-on workshops will be available at the Great Midwestern Medical Conference on Thursday, October 11, and space is limited. You must be registered to attend the full conference in order to register for either ($70) or both ($110) of the workshops. 

 

We want to hear from more PAs like you!

The Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants (WAPA) is working hard to ensure physician assistants are well-positioned to fill the healthcare needs of Wisconsin patients. WAPA remains focused on providing comprehensive, clear and passionate advocacy for the PA profession that elevates its standing with patients and medical professionals.

We need the voice of all of Wisconsin's PAs! Join WAPA todayAlready a member? Renew your membership by clicking here. Share Your PA Story today!


Learn more about our initiatives this year...

   

  

 

PA Practice Law Modernization

WAPA's leadership is working on a comprehensive effort to update Wisconsin's outdated PA practice laws. WAPA's goal is to ensure that the PA profession is prepared to meet Wisconsin's ongoing healthcare access needs and to protect our collaborative relationship with our physician partners in today's changing healthcare market. We are looking to do what is right for Wisconsin's healthcare needs by proposing common sense solutions to struggles that administrators, PAs, and our physician partners face daily due to outdated practice laws that don't match today's clinical reality. We want to see decisions about how healthcare is provided moved back to the practice level so that PA and physician teams can remain flexible enough to respond to local health care needs. 

View current Wisconsin PA Law 

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The 2018 Great Midwestern Medical Conference




10th Annual Hospital Medicine NPS PAS 2018