Who is the American Association for Women Podiatrists? We are daughters, mothers and most importantly we are Podiatric Physicians – and WE CARE.
We are people just like you, concerned for women’s foot health. Through our association, the AAWP provides information, resources, support, and camaraderie to member podiatric physicians, students and residents studying podiatric medicine, those concerned with the foot health of a woman – and women just like you.
As a related organization of the American Podiatric Medical Association, the premier professional organization representing the nation’s podiatrists, our goal to is to communicate, inform, network / connect, and support our members.
The foundation of our organization is caring – and caring for the foot health of our female patients is just what we do. If you are a practicing podiatrist, first-year podiatric physician, or student podiatrist, we welcome you to consider membership in the AAWP.For complete information on membership opportunities with the AAWP, click here. If you’re a student studying podiatric medicine, click here for AAWP women’s scholarship opportunities.
Do you have foot health concerns? Are you looking for a practicing podiatric physician who is an AAWP member? Click here to find a podiatrist near you.
The American Association for Women Podiatrists, Inc. (AAWP) is a related organization of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA). We are a dynamic organization of diverse individuals committed to leadership and advancement of our members. The focus of AAWP is representation of the voice of women in the field of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.
The mission of AAWP is to be the leading organization cultivating personal and professional development of podiatric physicians, through educational, legislative, leadership and mentorship endeavors.
Podiatric medicine is concerned with diagnosing and treating conditions affecting the human foot and ankle, along with structures of the leg that can influence the foot and ankle.
The preparatory education of most Doctors of Podiatric Medicine (DPMs) includes four years of undergraduate work, followed by four years in an accredited podiatric medical school, followed by a hospital-based residency. DPMs are licensed in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
As with all medical specialists, including podiatric physicians, the scope of medical and surgical patient care must be consistent with the individual doctor’s education, training, and experience.
In addition to private practice, podiatrists serve on the staffs of hospitals and long-term care facilities, on the faculties of schools of medicine, as commissioned officers in the Armed Forces, the US Public Health Service, in the Department of Veterans Affairs, and in municipal health departments. Many podiatrists today are also members of group medical practices.
The American Association for Women Podiatrists is a related organization of the American Podiatric Medical Association, the premier professional organization representing the nation’s podiatrists.
AAWP is pleased to have joined an Alliance Partnership with PRESENT e-Learning Systems. AAWP has chosen this Alliance Partner after careful consideration, in a combined effort to promote the quality work PRESENT e-Learning Systems provides in podiatric education, in recognition of their contribution to the profession, and their reputation in our profession and the medical community. This partnership will allow AAWP members to take advantage of reduced costs and other benefits in continuing education offered by PRESENT e-Learning Systems, and we encourage all AAWP members to avail themselves of these fine opportunities. Click here to learn more.
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