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A rapidly growing community of physical therapists (PTs) is forming in the virtual world of Web 2.0. The term “Web 2.0” refers to current trends on the Internet aimed at enhancing creativity, information sharing, and collaboration. Blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, social networking, and podcasting are the new interactive and dynamic technologies transforming the way people communicate online.
How working collaboratively and negotiating with patients increases adherence to exercise programs.
Learn how one facility created a role to help PTs shift to evidence-based practice using adult learning, group dynamics, and facilitation.
The need for all PTs to work together is academic.
A PT assesses his obligations.
Congress's August recess offers many opportunities for grassroots outreach.
Taking a Look at Web 2.0
It's a lifelong process.
What is a student physical therapist (SPT) supposed to do with a young patient with muscular dystrophy who is bed-bound and winces in pain when his contracted fingers are moved?
Foundation Honors PTs, Corporate Partner at PT 2008
Claims Are Inflammatory and Unsubstantiated
- Legislation and Regulation- Association Update- Abbott Research Team Receives Grants for Osteoarthritis Research- Szymanski Addresses Students At White Coat Ceremony- Essenmacher Elected District Chair Of Indiana Chapter- Chevan Mentors Rehabilitation Professionals in Liberia With Project HOPE
- Members on the Move- Industry News- In Memoriam
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