May 28, 2021


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Register Now for State Advocacy Forum, August 20–21
APMA Center for Professional Advocacy (CPA) is pleased to announce that this year’s State Advocacy Forum will be held on August 20–21, at the Whitley Hotel in Atlanta. | READ MORE >


Applications for 2022 CPA Innovation Grants Opening for State Components on June 1
APMA’s Center for Professional Advocacy (CPA) is delighted to announce it will award state scope innovation grants again this year to component societies in states that already include the ankle in their scope of practice. Applications will open on June 1 and close on September 1. | READ MORE >


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Attention Students: Apply for $500 Travel Scholarship for The National
The APMA Educational Foundation is holding a 2021 Travel Scholarship Competition! Winners will receive a $500 travel scholarship to attend the APMA 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting (The National), in Denver, July 29–August 1. The contest will feature the first-ever Physician’s Choice Award, a travel scholarship specifically chosen by a select group of dedicated supporters and dear friends of the foundation. As always, student registration for The National is FREE.



YP Advocate Scholarship—Apply by May 28
As a reminder, the APMA Center for Professional Advocacy is once again offering a scholarship for a young physician to attend this year’s State Advocacy Forum in Atlanta, August 20–21. Hear from Adam Port, DPM, member of the Center for Professional Advocacy Advisory Group and Young Physician Leadership Panel, on why you should apply today!


Continued Revisions to CPME Residency Documents
At its April 24 meeting, the Council on Podiatric Medical Education reviewed Draft 1 documents of CPME 320, Standards and Requirements for Approval of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residencies and CPME 330, Procedures for Approval of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residencies, along with comments from the community of interest. The Council elected to create two tracks to assist in continued revisions of the documents. | READ MORE >