West Virginia Association of Physician Assistants

Welcome to the official website of the West Virginia Association of Physician Assistants (WVAPA). WVAPA serves the needs of Physician Assistants and Physician Assistant Students who work or reside in the state of West Virginia. WVAPA’s website serves its members and the public by providing a forum for services and ideas designed to strengthen and promote the PA profession throughout West Virginia.

WVAPA will strive to publicize the contributions of PAs to patients, employers, and policy makers. As the voice and advocate of PAs in West Virginia, WVAPA promotes continuing education for its members, provides PA employment information to PAs and physicians, and strengthens the role of PAs by supporting and encouraging membership in WVAPA.

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News & Announcements

West Virginia Association of Physician Assistants Annual Spring Conference 2016

  • Friday, March 4th, 2016 (all day), Saturday, March 5th, 2016 (all day)
    Location: Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa in Morgantown, West Virginia

    Click here for agenda! West Virginia Association of Physician Assistants Annual Spring…

WVAPA Fall Conference 2015

  • Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 at 8am - 6pm
    Location: Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa Morgantown, WV

    We regret to inform everyone that this conference has been cancelled.
    We apologize for any…

    • 11 people attended

2015 WVAPA Annual Conference

  • Friday, February 20th, 2015 at 8am - 12pm Sunday, February 22nd
    Location: The Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Springs, WV

    Click this link to view the full conference agenda:
    Spring CME Conf…

West Virginia Center for Drug & Health Information

Posted by Nick Vance, Monday, July 21st, 2014 @ 3:18pm

  • West Virginia Center for Drug and Health Information
    WVU School of Pharmacy

    A Statewide Service Providing Drug, Drug Therapy, and Health Related Information
    at No Cost for Health Professionals

    The West Virginia Center for Drug and Health Information (WV CDHI), operated by the WVU School of Pharmacy in Morgantown, has been a regional resource for health professionals in WV for over 35 years. The WV CDHI’s mission is to provide health care professionals and others with:

    • Specific answers to questions about medications (prescription, nonprescription, natural products), including but not limited to dosage/administration, therapeutic uses, adverse effects, contraindications, drug interactions, toxicity information, drug-drug parenteral compatibilities and monitoring guidelines
    • Current guidelines for the treatment of various disease states
    • Evaluative information from the medical and pharmaceutical literature
    • Consultations regarding an individual patient’s drug therapy
    • Facts about newly marketed drugs, those currently waiting approval, and investigational agents

    The WV CDHI staff analyzes published information to provide relevant, specific answers to questions. All answers provided are fully referenced, with references provided as desired to the health care provider for their review.

    Resources used by the WV CDHI to research and answer questions include:

    • Many textbooks, including specialized references
    • Numerous medical and pharmacy journals
    • Comprehensive information services including the Micromedex Information System
    • Computer databases, such as PubMed (MEDLINE) and International Pharmaceutical Abstracts
    • Various other print and electronic resources such as Clinical Pharmacology, Facts and Comparisons, Lexi-Comp, AHFS Drug Information, Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs & others

    Contact WV CDHI:
    800-352-2501 (in WV)
    304-293-6640 (local, out-of-state)

    304-293-7672 (fax)

    E-mail: druginfo@hsc.wvu.edu

    Web:    http://pharmacy.hsc.wvu.edu/WVCDHI/Home (click “Ask a Question”)

    If you have a mobile device, you can create a shortcut to this form on your Home screen.  With an iPhone or iPad, go to the page through your browser and click the button that looks like this    (either at the bottom with iPhone or the top with iPad): Tap “Add to Home Screen.” This creates a shortcut directly to the question form that looks (and works) like an app. 

    WV CDHI Staff:
    Marie A. Abate, B.S., PharmD., Director; mabate@hsc.wvu.edu; 304-293-1463
    Matthew L. Blommel, PharmD., Assistant Director; mblommel@hsc.wvu.edu; 304-293-1467
    Christopher Isabella, PharmD., Drug Information Resident, cisabell@hsc.wvu.edu; 304-293-6640
    Senior Doctor of Pharmacy degree candidates (4th professional year) on rotation in the WV CDHI

    Please contact us if you would like stickers with our contact information to place by your phone.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions.

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