AAPA


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AAPAAmerican Academy of Physician Assistants
AAPAAmerican Association of Port Authorities
AAPAAmerican Association of Physical Anthropologists
AAPAAsian American Psychological Association
AAPAAmerican Association of Pathologists' Assistants
AAPAAustralian Asphalt Pavement Association (est. 1969; Australia)
AAPAAmerican Art Pottery Association
AAPAAboriginal Areas Protection Authority (statutory authority, Northern Territory of Australia, for Aboriginal sacred site)
AAPAAmerican Amateur Press Association
AAPAAssociation of Authorised Public Accountants (UK)
AAPAAmerican Association of Professional Apiculturists (Falcon Heights, MN)
AAPAAmerican Association of Psychiatric Administrators
AAPAAssociate, Annuity Products and Administration (Life Office Management Association designation)
AAPAAssociation of Asian Pacific Airlines
AAPAAcetoacet-P-Anisidide (pigment)
AAPAAll African Pool Association
AAPAAlert Aircraft Parking Area
AAPAArizona Aquifer Protection Association
AAPAAnnals of the American Psychotherapy Association
AAPAApplicant's Admitted Prior Art (patents)
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The AAPA maintains a job hot line through a volunteer member who is a working pathologists' assistant.
AAPA is the only national organization to represent physician assistants in all medical and surgical specialties.
Thus the British-dominated AAPA supported the Institute bill.
Coast Guard, with support from AAPA and the World Shipping Council, played a lead role in negotiating a suite of amendments that will further reduce air emissions and particulate matter from ships.
About the Survey The online survey was commissioned by AAPA and conducted by Harris Poll from September 15 to 22, 2014, among 1,544 adults ages 18 and older living in the U.
While it is laudable that the APA recognized that psychiatrists face special ethical problems that require annotations to the AMA principles, and the AAPA has followed suit, the fact is that no single code of ethics is comprehensive enough to guide physician executives through the vast array of competing imperatives they will likely encounter.
The board of the AAPA comprises twelve sitting members, ten of whom are senior Aboriginal custodians, both male and female, appointed from the various Aboriginal land councils in the Northern Territory.
To be awarded this distinction, AAPA members must exhibit a commitment to their profession in three or more of the following areas: (1) merit in medical practice, education, research, or healthcare management; (2) leadership in medicine and healthcare; (3) professional involvement; (4) commitment to lifelong learning; and (5) community service.
Kurt Nagle, AAPA s president and CEO, representing the unified and collective voice of the seaport industry in the Americas, said the association has been working hard to advocate for a quick, fair and equitable settlement of a West Coast port labor contract.
According to the 2013 AAPA Annual Survey of the PA Workforce, more than 30 percent of PAs practice in primary care and additional AAPA research shows that PAs with military experience typically practice in family medicine, emergency medicine or orthopaedics and have 18 years of experience.
The SAFE Port Act, which was signed into law by President Bush in October 2006, set the annual funding level for the Port Security Grant program at $400 million, which is the level AAPA has been advocating for several years.
Maritime Administration (MARAD), AAPA s Shifting International Trade Routes conference will address changes in international shipping routes and explore how the various freight transportation players ranging from ocean carrier and trucking lines to railroads and ports view the progress from the recent economic recovery.