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Boiled down to its essence, cardiovascular/pulmonary physical therapy is all heart and lungs. In practice, however, that's just the beginning.
Ongoing education always has played a large role in physical therapy. It will continue to do so through APTA's Education Strategic Plan and the achievement of Vision 2020.
PT Magazine recently asked the Catherine Worthingham Fellows to take a look back and forward at the profession of physical therapy. This month we share their views on what they anticipate being the most significant advance in physical therapy during the next 50 years.
It's time to assess your commitment and career in relation to the Vision's six elements.
An examination of the ethical scenarios posed in the past three columns.
What basic elements make contracts valid and enforceable? This is the first of a series of Fiscal Therapy columns on contracts that will be published periodically in this magazine. Look for future columns on employment contracts, buying and leasing space and equipment, insurance and indemnity agreements, and contracting for services.
The experiences of those who have received APTA's Federal Legislative Leadership Award demonstrate that each Association member has the opportunity and obligation to try to make a difference.
January often is the month that magazines feature "looking to the future" articles. But, as this issue demonstrates, January does not hold a monopoly on articles that look ahead.
A student in one of two PTA-to-PT bridge programs nationwide shares his perspectives.
Looking for a shortcut and finding a career.
- Foundation Honors Kendall, Recognizes Supporters at PT 2006
- Scholarship and Grant Applications Due August 15
- Kendall Memory Book Available
- Legislation and Regulation
- Association Update
- Study Snapshot
- Members on the Move