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Without a doubt, R. Scott Ward, PT, PhD, is decisive. When he finds something he likes, he sticks with it.
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 the keys for success and survival during the next 5 years.
It's all about maintaining “2020 vision.”
When Rebecca Craik, PT, PhD, FAPTA, took the helm as editor in chief of Physical Therapy (PTJ) 6 months ago, she'd had little time for advance planning. Although she had served for many years as an editorial board member and was familiar with the challenges that PTJ faces, she found that “nothing prepares you for stepping in and doing it.
View highlights from PT 2006, APTA's Annual Conference and Exposition held June 21-24, 2011, in Orlando, FL.
APTA needs each PT and PTA to help spread the message about everything physical therapy has to offer.
What's influencing the decision to discharge?
Attend the State Government Affairs Forum to gear up for the campaigns.
This issue marks--perhaps “celebrates” is a better description--a number of transitions in the profession of physical therapy.
The advantages of membership in APTA are numerous. Take it from a PTA who knows.
Determination casts its own light.
Major Gifts Announced at Foundation Dinner Dance
The DPT and the Experienced Physical Therapist
- Legislation and Regulation
- Health Care Headlines
- Association Update
- Study Snapshot
- Members on the Move
- Industry News
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