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Much of the APTA Combined Sections Meeting experience was different this year. We held it virtually because of the continuing public health emergency and concern for everyone's safety. But, with over 15,000 registrants, APTA CSM continued as the country's largest gathering of the physical therapy profession.

Not to be daunted by the challenges of social distancing and travel restrictions, the meeting provided participants access to hundreds of educational sessions through a virtual platform that included live and on-demand presentations, Q&A opportunities through online chats, more than 1,200 digital posters, and the potential to earn up to 2.0 CEUs — 20 contact hours — for attendees who completed posttests after the sessions.

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