Time is running out to register for APTA's 2012 Federal Advocacy Forum. Join your colleagues April 22-24 to hear from decision makers on Capitol Hill, learn to effectively communicate with elected officials, receive an update on the legislative and regulatory issues affecting the physical therapy profession, and lobby members of Congress on behalf of the profession.
Programming for the 2012 Federal Advocacy Forum will begin April 22. The following day will be dedicated to preparation for Capitol Hill visits. The event will conclude with participants meeting with members of Congress on April 24.
The number of CEUs earned for this event is pending. In order to claim CEU credit, participants must attend the live event and complete the online posttest with at least 70% accuracy. The online posttest will be available on APTA's Learning Center by April 24.
For a full agenda and more information about this event, visit www.apta.org/FederalForum. APTA encourages members to get the word out to friends and colleagues and bring someone along to this important advocacy event.
This year's Federal Advocacy Forum will be held in conjunction with a larger event, APTA's 2012 Leadership Forum: Advocate, Govern, Lead, which integrates APTA's Board of Directors meeting, the Leadership Symposium for New Component President and Executive Teams, and the Federal Advocacy Forum. Participation at other events is not required to attend the Federal Advocacy Forum. Contact email@example.com for questions regarding this event.
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