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Beth Jennings has spent 2 seasons as the lone PT at the main US station in Antarctica. Some of the lessons she's learned there-from adaptability and creativity to interprofessional cooperation and patient motivation-also are applicable in less hostile climates.
Although professional development comes at a cost, PTs say the investment is worth it.
Here's a look at some advances and proposals in the field of health care technology.
A guide to ably surviving the process.
A principled move toward social responsibility.
Patient Care Delivery in Physical Therapy
A story of growth.
- Health Care Headlines
- In Memorium
- The Funny Bone
- Research Roundup
- Data Points
Competence is the Enemy Of Change
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