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On July 16, John D Barnes took charge as APTA's new CEO, succeeding Francis “Frank” J Mallon, Esq. PT Magazine spoke with Barnes for a first look at the association's new leader.
Look to major funding sources and the not so obvious ones, too.
View highlights from PT 2007: APTA's Annual Conference and Exposition, held June 27-30, 2007, in Denver, CO.
Be a mentor or a protege. Better yet, be both.
More than 500 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy gathered May 22-24 in the nation's capital to improve their advocacy skills and promote physical therapist issues to members of Congress at this year's APTA Advocacy Academy and PT Day on Capitol Hill.
An examination of ethical scenarios presented in recent columns.
APTA's Task Force on Medicaid Reform is working to improve coverage and reimbursement for PTs.
This month, we're pleased to present a profile of APTA's new CEO, John Barnes. In a discussion with PT Magazine, he provides insight not only on his plans as CEO, but also on the path he traveled from Missouri Valley, Iowa, population 2,000, to the head of a national organization with 70,000 members.
A PTA's important role as a member of a lauded wound care team.
In North Dakota, a PT finds that you can go home again.
- Students Surpass $1 Million Raised In Pittsburgh-Marquette Challenge
- University of Pittsburgh Retires From Challenge
- Foundation Awards $310,500 For Scholarships and Fellowship
- Split Raffle Raises $160,000
- Understanding Evidence-Based Practice- Physical Therapist Practice in Acute Care
- Legislation and Regulation- Healthcare Headlines- Study Snapshot- In Memoriam- Members on the Move- Industry News