headerMaximize Your Impact & Increase Your Results with Product Theaters for Physician Assistants!

Physician Assistants write more than 333 million prescriptions a year and have prescribing privileges in all 50 states. Reach and teach hundreds of PAs in just one 55-minute Product Theater session at one of the upcoming GAPA conferences.

These opportunities are held in the general session room at educational conferences offered by the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants. Currently, GAPA offers a Summer conference each year, attracting attendees from all 50 states. These events are at educationally conducive venues with attendance ranging from 200-250.  Attendees include nurse practitioners in addition to PAs. Product Theater sessions provide an opportunity for you to offer information on specific products and/or therapeutic areas with these prescribers in an interactive setting with multiple opportunities for measurement and feedback.

Your presentation may be promotional or can concentrate on a specific product or drug. Product Theaters are scheduled to be non-competitive with any other educational programming and all registered conference attendees are encouraged to attend.

PAs practice in many fields including primary care, pediatrics, surgery, cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology, dermatology, and emergency medicine. They write prescriptions, make diagnoses, order and interpret tests, and recommend OTC medications.


Meet the Growing Market Responsible for Writing More than 333 Million Prescriptions a Year – Physician Assistants

  • The PA profession was recently ranked the 4th fastest growing profession in the US (expected to grow by 30 percent from 2006 to 2016)
  • PAs write more than 330 million prescriptions annually
  • PAs have prescribing privileges in all 50 states
  • PAs practice in more than 60 different specialty fields, including primary care, pediatrics, surgery, cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology, dermatology, and emergency medicine
  • PAs make hundreds of millions of OTC recommendations a year
  • PAs conduct physical examinations, make diagnoses and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventative health care, assist in surgery, make rounds in nursing homes and hospitals, and write prescriptions
  • PAs are especially equipped for managing acute conditions such as sprains/strains, common colds, bronchitis, gynecologic problems, and trauma
  • PAs see 16 patients per day and 60 patients per week.


 To secure your Product Theater session or for more information please call us at 770-640-1920 or email [email protected]

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