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NCCPA: Certification. Excellence. NCCPA is the only credentialing organization for PAs in the US. As of 12/31/18 there were approx. 131,000 Certified PAs.
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(1/2) The nccPA Health Foundation and its oral health partners were represented at the conference! Two posters showcased the PA profession’s efforts to integrate oral health in PA education and practice.
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In celebration of , we'd like to feature women who are making an impact every day in the PA profession. Do you know a Certified PA who deserves to be featured? Email PR@nccpa.net, and tell us who you want to nominate and why!
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Did you know that it could take up to a year to write, critique, and approve just one test item? That's what we explore in our podcast on exam development:
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Happy Monday! Our lady of the week is Peggy Valentine! She helped to establish Project Access, has been awarded AAPA's Educator of the Year, and is listed in Who's Who of American Women. Read more about her in her bio:
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NCCPA Mar 15
President/CEO Dawn Morton-Rias, Ed.D, PA-C, Robin Hunter Buskey, PA-C, Kendra Thomsen, PA-C, Linda Delaney, PA-C, and Greg Thomas, PA-C Emeritus, are glad to be participating in
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PAEA Mar 15
The future leaders of 3 of the 4 Orgs in 1 photo! L-R: Kendra Thomsen, chair-elect; Dave Mittman, president-elect; and Howard Straker, our president-elect, at .
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NCCPA Mar 15
's Be the CHANGE grantee, PA Program, partnered with Clinical Esperanza/Hope Clinic (CEHC) to operate a student-run, PA-supervised diabetes clinic in Providence, RI:
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NCCPA Mar 14
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NCCPA Mar 14
A can see an average of 73 patients per week!
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NCCPA Mar 14
Over 30 million adults have chronic kidney disease (CKD), and the likelihood of developing CKD increases as we get older. Here are some tips from Alkiesha Collins that can help slow the progression of CKD:
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NCCPA Mar 14
In 1980, 36% of were female. Today, it's over 68%.
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NCCPA Mar 14
On , we acknowledge PA-Cs like Kim Zuber, who teaches “all things kidney” in her retirement as an essential part of the kidney community!
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NCCPA Mar 13
Pilot Alternative to PANRE participants: Today is the last day to complete the questions for the first quarter!
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NCCPA Mar 13
The top practice area among the 3,220 Certified PAs in Virginia is surgical subspecialties (20.4%). Get more on Certified PAs in Virginia - and the rest of the states - in our latest report:
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NCCPA Mar 13
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NCCPA Mar 12
PA students: Did you know that you can apply for PANCE 90 days prior to your expected graduation date? Get more information on eligibility and application on our website:
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NCCPA Mar 12
Interested in learning more about the CAQ program?
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NCCPA Mar 11
How to reduce heart-related deaths: ❤️
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NCCPA Mar 11
By maintaining your certification, you are demonstrating commitment to compassionate patient care, the health care team, & continued certification.
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NCCPA Mar 11
What do Certified PAs do to care for the 473 million patients every year? Download and print full infographic:
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