APTA hosted experts in physical therapy and public health to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on the United States, including how the pandemic interacts with existing geographic, economic, racial, and age-related health disparities. Speakers explored the roles the physical therapy community can play in mitigating not only COVID-19, but health disparities in general.
Disparities as COVID-19 Spreads: What the Physical Therapy Profession Can Do
Date: April 24, 2020
Content Type: Podcast
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