Wednesday, September 10, 2014 'Movement Is Life' Accepting Abstracts, Posters Abstracts and poster proposals are now being accepted for the Movement is Life Caucus, a gathering that will focus on the role of early intervention in decreasing musculoskeletal health disparities among women and minorities. The 2014 caucus will be held at the Washington Marriott Metro Center in Washington, DC, November 13–14. The submission deadline is October 1, and participants must register for the caucus to have their submissions considered for possible presentation. Registration is free. Movement is Life's (MIL) mission is to decrease disparities by raising awareness of their impact on chronic disease management and quality of life. The organization works to slow musculoskeletal disease progression, reduce disability, and encourage physical activity and daily movement to improve the overall health of the nation. APTA is a member of the MIL steering committee. For more information, contact Rene Malone.