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More than a half-million autistic individuals will turn 18 years old in the next decade. To meet their healthcare needs, novel approaches to train...

Dear Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont Members, I trust this message finds you and your families well. I would like to invite you to join a...

Dear colleagues, 2020 has been a heck of a year, and we’re only halfway through! I hope this message finds you safe and healthy. Uncertainty is the...

S.128 or the PA Practice Modernization Bill was signed by Governor Scott on July 1 In summary, the bill: - changes the relationship between a PA...

PA Students & Recent Graduates who are NOT YET LICENSED and authorized to provide care relating to the Coronavirus Pandemic can secure...

We are sorry to report that our 39th Annual Conference in January 2021 has been cancelled. Plan to join us in Stowe, Vermont on January 20-23, 2022...

Martin Devlin was a beloved member of the Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont (PAAV) for many years. Following his untimely death in 2003, a...

The Vermont Board of Medical Practice signed an order today waiving "the requirement to submit physician assistant documentation for all new...

The PAAV is working with state officials to streamline Vermont-licensed PAs' ability to assist with COVID-19 response. We await the signing of...

Please read this important message from PAAV President, Christine O'Neill.