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Senate bill 162 has passed the House and Senate and is on the way to be signed by Governor. This is an exciting time for PAs. This bill allows the following:
We are excited to have this pass and improve our ability to practice as clinicians in the great state of Utah. Many thanks to all those who worked hard on this bill and those that contacted your legislators.
SB162 has been introduced to the Utah Legislature! We are requesting that we have as many PA's and physicians you work with, to please contact the senators on the Health and Human Services committee in support of SB 162. It is extremely important that we have a strong showing in support of the bill!Read more about SB162
On Monday, February 13, 2017, many PA students from Rocky Mountain University and from the University of Utah participated with their PA colleagues from around the state in meeting with state legislators. PA's came to promote Senate Bill 162. The PA's hosted a breakfast for the State Legislators and heard comments from Senator Brian Shiozawa (bill sponsor) Bill Hamilton (past president of the UMA), and UAPA leadership.
Following the remarks, PA's took letters to their legislator, asking for support of SB 162. They later participated in a tour of the capitol.
It was a great success and tradition that we will continue on an annual basis. We appreciate those that attended and hope to continue the success. Please follow SB 162 on the Utah legislative web site.
We are saddened to announce the passing of former Co-founder and Medical Director of the University of Utah PA Program (UPAP), Hilmon Castle, MD, on December 26, 2016. He will be remembered as a pioneer in the early days of the PA profession.Read Hilmons' Obituary
AAPA approved for 25 hours of CME.Click here to register
The University of Utah, Department of Dermatology, Department of Internal Medicine, and the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine are sponsoring “Practical Dermatology for Primary Care” CME Course 2017. This event will take place on May 5, 2017 at the University of Utah, Health Sciences Education Building, Alumni Hall.
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More info available soon.