KAPA is pleased to host its 38th Annual CME Symposium, November 13-15, 2014, at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Lexington.
Close to 300 physician assistants, students and other healthcare professionals are expected to attend the three-day conference.
The conference will provide educational sessions on a wide range of medical topics with a focus on primary care issues. Participants will be able to incorporate into their practice the latest diagnostic procedures, treatment options, and current recommended guidelines of care for a broad range of primary care topics.
For more information, visit the KAPA CME Symposium website today!
SB41 has been signed by Governor Beshear. KAPA applauds the quality of the job that KAPA lobbyists, sponsors, participants on PA day, and influential PAs have done to educate legislators about this issue.
It's amazing what we can do together. Starting June 1, 2014:
We need you to spread the word. Make sure that your office administrators and hospital administrations know about this change. KAPA has sent notices to big employers, but we need you to make sure this information gets to the relevant people at your place of employment.
KAPA members, thank you for financing this successful effort and making calls. Every dollar counts and we make every effort to be good stewards of your dues. Non-members thanks for your calls. Join the movement. We have some momentum and we would love for you to be part of the process.
Special thanks to Senator Tom Buford of Nicholasville and Representative Denver Butler of Louisville for sponsoring our bill and guiding it through their respective chambers. I am amazed at the ability of the KAPA leadership for remaining focused on improving PA practice and patient care in our state. Together we can accomplish much more.
Isaac Caton, M.S., PA-C