Become a member of the New York Society of Dermatology PAs (NYSDPA)
We are the only group in the State of New York that is focused on supporting and promoting Physician Assistants who practice dermatology. We offer membership to clinicians, members of the pharmaceutical industry, as well as students. All are welcome who have an interest in the field of dermatology!
Benefits of Membership:
Members are the first to know about dinner lectures, roundtable discussions, and free CME seminars. Also enjoy reduced registration for any other CME events, symposiums, or workshops. Members are kept up-to-date with all national or state legislative issues that impact the practice of dermatology for PAs in New York. Lastly, networking opportunities, job postings, and ongoing programs on contracts and job-related issues help you develop your career in dermatology.
The NYSDPA is currently able to offer membership at NO CHARGE thanks to generous support from the dermatology pharmaceutical industry (see our sponsors).
A Physician Assistant who is licensed in the State of New York, practices full or part-time in dermatology in New York, and is supervised by a Board-Certified or Board-Eligible Dermatologist. Fellow members may vote for NYSDPA officers and directors, introduce and vote on NYSDPA business, and are eligible to hold office in the NYSDPA.
Licensed New York Physician Assistants who practice dermatology, but are not supervised by a Board Certified/Board Eligible Dermatologist. Associate members are entitled to privileges of the floor, but are not entitled to vote or hold office.
PAs and other health professionals (including Nurse Practitioners) who do not qualify for any other membership category, who have an interest in dermatology and desire to be affiliated with the NYSDPA. Affiliate members are not entitled to privileges of the floor, to vote, or to hold office.
A Student enrolled in a CAHA, CAAHEP or successor agency approved PA program, or an AAPA approved program. Students are not eligible to vote or hold office.
Licensed physicians who desire to associate with the NYSDPA in a professional or social capacity. Physician members shall be entitled to privileges of the floor to address the NYSDPA Board of Directors, but shall not be entitled to vote or hold office.
Employees, liaisons, or representatives of professional medical industry companies and representatives of nonprofit and patient advocacy groups which promote and support dermatologic diseases and research.