Questions about tests and use of test data in clinical decision making arise from a reading of 2 research reports and 1 technical report in this month's Physical Therapy (PTJ), as described by PTJ Editor in Chief Rebecca Craik, PT, PhD, FAPTA, in the November Craikcast. Also in her monthly podcast wrap-up, Craik discusses the perspective pieces and a second theme—the role that physical therapists play in society at large. In addition, she provides her insights on the 42nd Mary McMillan Lecture "Learning: What Matters Most," presented by Gail M. Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA, and APTA's 2011 Presidential Address " Extraordinary in the Ordinary," delivered by R. Scott Ward, PT, PhD, at PT 2011 in National Harbor, Baltimore.
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