Practicing PA Toolbox
PA Practicing Tools
The best PA Practice tools can be found in the “Membership” section of the CAPA website. This includes Medical Directive templates you can download, a sample contract between a site and a PA, publications about PAs, and an Entry to Practice Guide. You can also find excellent resources through the Facebook Networking Groups for PAs. Contact your local CAPA chapter president or representative to receive links to join.
Social Media for Physician Assistants
Patients, health care organizations, industry leaders, and health care professionals are getting on social media. This includes Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Snapchat and Pinterest. American PAs are very social media savvy in the US, especially in the blogging space where PA blogs are offering CME, pre-PA coaching services and teaching tools!
Being present on social media helps build PA awareness, and helps give PAs a voice in the conversations taking place about health care online. If you’re looking to get started, this section will help you from signing up for your social media account, to help you post updates.
Twitter 101 for PAs
A four part series on how to get started on twitter. Learn Why PAs need to get on Twitter, how to get started on Twitter, How to participate in Tweet Chats and the Do’s and Don’ts of Twitter.