The National Conference for PA Educators

2017 PAEA Education Forum

Denver — October 25-28

Don’t miss the only national conference for PA educators. Come to learn, network, share ideas, and grow as we celebrate 50 years of PAs.


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Together, We Thrive!

We decided that the 2017 PAEA Education Forum deserved a special theme — after all, it’s the year of the PA profession’s 50th anniversary. We reflected on how far we’ve come and how important PAs have become to the health of our nation. >> Read more


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Important Dates



Early bird registration deadline



Board elections start at 7 a.m.



Awards ceremony lunch


While we finalize the full schedule of sessions, take a look at an overview.

See schedule

General Session Speakers

Dr. Hrabowski

John Register

All-American track star, two-time Paralympic athlete and U.S. Army Gulf War veteran John Register has never allowed adversity to hold him back. Watch a video of his inspiring TED talk on overcoming adversity.

Dr. Hrabowski

Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski

Dr. Hrabowski, University of Maryland Baltimore County president, was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by TIME magazine in 2012. Watch Tavis Smiley's video interview with him.

General Information

Registration Fees

Check out the various rates and discounts available.

Registration Fees

Getting There

Here's where to stay in Denver, plus travel discount codes.

Travel & Hotel

Presenter Resources

Everything you need to prepare your successful presentation.

Presenter Resources

Board Candidates

Coming soon.

See the candidates


Coming soon.

Attendees list

Business Meeting

Coming soon.

Business meeting


Want to showcase your products or services? See the various packages we offer and read the terms of agreement. Or perhaps you’d just like to see who is going to be there.



PAEA Workshops

Brush up on your faculty skills, learn about being a clinical coordinator, and more at the PAEA Workshops, formerly known as Pandos.


Project Access

Join our volunteer group to visit local high schools and encourage students from underrepresented minorities to consider the PA profession as a career.

Project Access

Whatever your question, it’s most likely answered here.


In registering for the Forum, you agree to abide by our code of conduct.

Code of Conduct

We are no longer hosting past presentations on our site, but will provide them upon request.

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