PAs have a responsibility to direct the progress of their profession. CAPA is well-positioned to move California PAs to Optimal Team Practice (OTP). OTP is the future of the PA profession and OTP is only possible through the support of CAPA members. Be a member, stay a member and join your colleagues in one of the most important actions our profession has ever undertaken.
We invite you to take a peek at the timeline presented at the 2016 CAPA Conference as we celebrated CAPA’s 40th Anniversary. This timeline only allows space for a few, key highlights from each year. There is so much more CAPA has done and continues to do every day and year. The support of CAPA members is integral as we bring bold, new proposals to modernize PA practice in California.
List of Events
Don’t miss this year’s CAPA Summer Conference. San Diego was a huge hit last year! We expect an even larger turnout this year. At CAPA, we are all about PAs and all about providing you the most valuable and unique learning experience possible. We are still developing the educational program which will include many of your favorite speakers. If you have heard a great speaker lately who would present well at the CAPA Conference, please let us know. By the time…
Joe Gilboy, PA-C is the course instructor and a favorite speaker. For over a decade, Joe has taught scores of PANRE review courses from his home base in Orange County and serves as an educational consultant for several PA programs, including Stanford University, University of California Davis, Loma Linda University, San Joaquin Valley College, Marshall B. Ketchum University, A.T. Still University, and Touro University Nevada. This 3-day course will cover all the major systems including cardiology, pulmonology, GI, GU, OB-GYN,…
Controlled Substances Education Course – (Meets requirements pursuant to California Code of Regulations Sections: 1399.541(h), 1399.610 and 1399.612) Two important Team Practice Advancements with this course: Elimination of Advance Approval requirements for controlled substances Cosignature reduction for medical records involving Schedule II medications Effective January 1, 2016, as a result of CAPA’s sponsored legislation, SB 337, California law establishes a mechanism to reduce cosignatures for the medical records when Schedule II controlled substances have been issued from 100% down to…
Roy Guizado, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA, CAPA President
Gaye Breyman, CAE, CAPA Executive Director
to team practice with physicians.
AAPA and CAPA Boards of Directors
Ana Maldonado, MPH, DHSc, PA-C, CAPA Immediate Past President
Sonny Cline, PA-C, MA, MDiv, CAPA Political Action Committee Chair