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Interested in Exhibiting at our Spring Conference? 

Join us at our Spring CME at the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs Conference – The University of Minnesota. Space will be reserved with a completed registration form. Each 2018 Spring Conference Sponsorship includes benefits outlined here. View our prospectus and sign up today!

 


 

Optimal Team Practice (OTP) – MAPA’s Work Begins

So what does AAPAsGuidelines for State Regulation mean for the practicing PA in MN?  An AAPA policy is a goal, a vision and collective statement regarding the PA profession. It does not change state or federal practice laws.  MAPA, as the state academy and constituent organization of AAPA, now has national support to advance an intentional and specific process to move forward with measures outlined in OTP. Continue Reading » 

 

 


 

2018 Spring CME – Call for Speakers!

Whether you are an individual or part of a group, you can become one of the PA profession's recognized experts. To ensure that a balanced conference CME program is offered, all submissions are reviewed and evaluated by a committee of your peers. Continue Reading » 

 


 

Save the Date!

 

MAPA Pharmacology Review

Friday May 11, 2018

Mankato City Center Hotel, Mankato, MN

7 hours CME - 1 full day

 

MAPA Fall CME

Thursday October 4 - Saturday October 6, 2018

Cragun's Resort and Hotel on Gull Lake

Brainerd, MN 

15 hours CME - 1 full day and two mornings of CME

 


 

MAPA December PSA

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) 

 

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that has a seasonal recurring pattern; as the hours of sunlight diminish the occurrence of SAD increases. Oftentimes lifestyle changes are helpful to improve symptoms and lift your mood. You might try going outside more often, getting plenty of sunlight, exercising, avoiding drugs and alcohol, getting plenty of sleep, and practicing relaxation exercises. However, If symptoms such as major changes in sleep patterns; loss of or significantly increased appetite; loss of interest in normally pleasurable activities; withdrawing from social contact are occurring you should contact your health care team to discuss treatment options.

MAPA recommends these resources for more information

National Institute of Mental Health – Seasonal Affective Disorder

PSYCOM – Seasonal Affective Disorder

December 2017 SAD 60.mp3    MP3 (2.32 MB)
December 2017 SAD 30.mp3    MP3 (1.15 MB)
December 2017 SAD 15.mp3    MP3 (589.25 KB)

 

 

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