President’s Letter

Alyssa KirkmanACPA News, President's Letter

ACPA members represent more than 30 disciplines and bring different perspectives, experiences and clinical expertise when treating patients. The benefits of having diverse teams are well documented and researched. We have all experienced moments when being open to a differing perspective … Read More

Wendy’s Water Cooler Chat

Alyssa KirkmanACPA News, Water Cooler Chat

In May, I attended the UNC Graduation of my great-nieces – among the more than 6,000 people who graduated at UNC that day. Interesting to note that 60 percent of the graduating class were women, and there were 645 undergrads … Read More

Do You Have Two Minutes to Spare?

Alyssa KirkmanACPA News

Two minutes of your time can mean a great deal to others. A donation was given by a daughter who said, “My dad had a cleft palate when he was born. He was lucky enough to have surgeries that helped … Read More

ACPA is Spreading Awareness in July

Alyssa KirkmanACPA News, Awareness

In an effort to increase cleft and craniofacial awareness, ACPA is once again participating in National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness Month in July. ACPA will be posting stories to the blog, spreading awareness on social media and reaching out to … Read More