The North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants is the voice of PAs in North Carolina. Through our collective efforts, PAs are now recognized as a vital resource for the treatment of patients in North Carolina. NCAPA membership includes full-and part-time practicing PAs, retired PAs, PA educators, PA students, as well as NPs and others interested in supporting the PA profession. Learn more.
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This is an all-virtual event! This will be also be recorded, so participants will have access for 90-days to view and complete CME.
This fundamental approach to Radiology will concentrate on the basics of reading x-rays within different systems of the body including Neuro (CT and MRI review, bleeds, CVAs, tumors, and infections), Head and Neck (salivary glands, thyroid, parathyroid, and using ultrasound probes), Chest (general approach to x-rays, congestive heart failure, pneumonia, and coronary artery disease), Gastrointestinal (general assessment and common pathology of liver, gall bladder, colon, and spleen), and Genitourinary systems (general assessment and common pathology of adrenals, kidneys, and bladder).
OTP Legislation would ensure that North Carolina remains the best place to practice as a PA.
Optimal Team Practice, or OTP for short, will keep PAs accountable for the care they provide and will keep team-based collaborative care at the center of patient care and medical decision-making. OTP occurs when healthcare professionals work together to provide quality care without burdensome administrative constraints.