Monday, March 10, 2014 Innovation 2.0 Projects Selected For May Workshop A total of 21 projects will be part of APTA's Innovation 2.0 program aimed at bolstering the impact of physical therapy in innovative and emerging models of health care. The selected projects were the highest-rated among 59 proposals submitted to a review team of physical therapist clinicians, researchers, administrators, and educators. The projects will move on to the next phase of the Innovation 2.0 process—a 2-day workshop in May that will connect project leaders with researchers, clinicians and other experts to help refine the proposals and ready them for submission to a final round of review. During that final round, reviewers will select recipients for funding and in-kind services that could include environmental scans, policy analyses, collaboration with other researchers, statistical support and analysis, and consultation. For a complete listing of the proposals selected, visit the Innovation 2.0 web page.