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A relationship-centered approach, putting patients' needs first and understandng human behavior, can result in better outcomes.
The Physical Therapy Clinical Research Network (PTClinResNet) has created a new model for research in which practicing clinicians-not just researchers-play a key role.
Twenty three members of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) have been recognized for its "Emerging Leader" award. The award identifies and honors one physical therapist (PT) or physical therapist assistant (PTA) from each component who has demonstrated extraordinary service early in his or her physical therapy career.
The secret: Turn patients and physicians into fans.
A new column has come to PT in Motion : Mystery Diagnosis. This series will introduce a clinical scenario, including significant patient history and examination data (see "Examination" in the box on facing page) and then will highlight the evaluation process used (see "Evaluation") to determine the correct diagnosis.
Some positive developments for physical therapy.
Celebrating 40 years of PTAs. Part one of four.
Change is coming to APTA's ethics documents for PTs and PTAs.
Replacing fear with hope.
- Business Sense- Data Points- Focus on the Feds- Health Care Headlines- Meeting the Challenge- On The Web- Practice Partner- Research Roundup- The Funny Bone
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