We are your first choice for pathologists' assistant-specific education
The AAPA has been providing pathologists' assistant-specific professional and continuing education for over three decades. Each year, the AAPA's Continuing Education and Business Conference provides members with the perfect venue to obtain the PACE credits necessary to maintain ASCP certification. Under the direction of the AAPA's Conference and Education Committees, the AAPA brings nationally and internationally recognized speakers to the annual conference to discuss the most current topics challenging today's pathologists' assistants, pathologists and the practice of anatomic pathology. This national conference is the single best outlet to address the need for continuing medical education of pathologists' assistants.
You and your company will have direct exposure to potential and current clients. This is an opportunity to present your products and services in a casual and friendly environment that is targeted to meet your business needs. Many of our conference attendees either make purchasing decisions or recommendations for purchasing equipment
REACH YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE: OVER 400 ATTENDEES!
The AAPA Continuing Education conference averages over 400 conference attendees from across the US and Canada.
FUN EVENTS TAILORED TO MAXIMIZE ATTENDANCE
Several special events have been scheduled that encourage traffic at your booth, including the always popular Happy Hour with the Exhibitors.
The American Association of Pathologists' Assistants (AAPA) was founded in 1972 as a not-for-profit volunteer organization of allied health practitioners dedicated to the advocacy and advancement of the pathologists' assistant profession. The AAPA advocates, promotes and sustains the highest education and professional standards for the profession, for all associated educational training programs and for individual pathologists' assistants. It is our mission to provide our members with high quality, targeted continuing medical education (CE) opportunities, as well as professional development and leadership activities to include networking and support. Additionally, the AAPA strives to promote and support high quality standards within the scope of practice for pathologists' assistants in anatomic pathology, ensuring the provision of high quality patient care.