CSM at the Nation's Capitol (Washington, DC)! Even if you attend, you can't catch it all.
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APTA's CSM week began with the US Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, talking to association leaders about opportunities to improve public health.
Particularly if you’re in private practice, home health, or a skilled nursing facility, you need to be aware payment changes that have arrived or are just around the corner.
APTA is approaching its centennial in 2021 and has a new, data-driven strategic plan to lead the way.
This week APTA broke ground on its new headquarters, APTA Centennial Center, set to open in 2021.
PTJ editor in chief Alan Jette, PT, PhD, and Terry Ellis, PT, PhD, Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy, discuss the effectiveness of rehab and exercise interventions in modifying the progress of disease and disability in people with Parkinsons.
APTA vice president Matt Hyland, PT, PhD, MPA, discusses APTA’s newly released public policy priorities for 2019-2020.
One student speaking for many on how student involvement changed his student experience and professional trajectory.
We're talking about the PT Licensure Compact and what PTs and students need to know.
APTA Student Assembly Board members on the importance of student involvement.
The struggle with anxiety, stress, and depression is real for some in PT and PTA school, but this student is here to tell you it gets better and you have a support system.
Last Updated: 2/15/2019
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