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Much about the meeting was familiar: ample educational sessions hosted by APTA's sections and academies, networking opportunities such as breakfasts and receptions, an exhibit hall for viewing and trying out products and services, and the inspiring feeling of community that many attendees said was particularly meaningful this year.

But having learned a few things in the past couple of years, APTA also switched up some meeting elements, such as bringing the esteemed Mary McMillan Lecture and the annual Celebration of Diversity to APTA CSM, and adding an on-demand element that made over 100 recorded sessions available online following the meeting.

Enjoy these highlights from the in-person event. 

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