Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology

Membership Types:

1)  Fellow Member- 

A Fellow member is a NCCPA certified PA, who shall be employed within the field of Oncology or related disciplines. They shall also be a fellow member in good standing of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.  Fellow members shall be entitled to the privilege of the floor, to serve on the Board of Directors and to vote.

2)  Sustaining Member- 

A Sustaining member is a PA who is otherwise eligible for fellow membership, but has chosen not to join the AAPA. A PA who is not-employed within the field of Oncology or related disciplines, but maintains a professional interest in PAs working within the field of Oncology or related disciplines may also qualify as a Sustaining Members.  Sustaining members shall be entitled to the privilege of the floor, but shall not serve on the Board of Directors or vote.

3)  Affiliate Member- 

An Affiliate member is a person who is ineligible for other categories and wishes to associate with the organization and is approved by the Board of Directors. Nurse Practitioners working in the field of oncology shall qualify for Affiliate Membership.  Affiliate members shall be entitled to the privilege of the floor, but shall not serve on the Board of Directors or vote.

4)  Physician Member-  

A Physician member is a licensed U.S. physician who wishes to associate with the organization.  Physician members shall have the privilege of the floor, but shall not serve on the Board of Directors or vote.

5)  Associate Member- 

An Associate member is a person engaged in selling products or other services to PAs or an individual employed by a government agency who does not qualify for any other membership categories.  Associate members shall be entitled to the privilege of the floor, but shall not serve on the Board of Directors or vote.

6) Student Member-

A Student member is a person enrolled in an accredited program or an unaccredited program recognized by the AAPA.  Student members shall be entitled the privilege of the floor, but have no vote.  One student member shall hold the office of Student Representative. The Student Representative may vote in matters before the membership. The Student Representative shall serve as a non-voting member of the Board of Directors. 

7) Honorary Member (Complimentary)- 

An Honorary member shall be a person who has rendered distinguished service to the Physician Assistant profession and/or the APAO.  Such members shall be nominated by an active APAO member and approved by the Board of Directors.  They shall be entitled to the privilege of the floor, but shall not serve on the Board of Directors or vote. They shall be exempt from paying dues.
 

APAO Dues:

APAO Membership Year runs one year from date of enrollment.

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