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Say what you will about 2020, but one thing's for sure: It gave us a lot to think about. Sometimes more than we bargained for.

We asked a dozen APTA members, each one an author of an APTA "Perspectives" blog post or a "Defining Moment" column in APTA Magazine, to tell us what they learned about themselves or the profession in 2020, and the insights they'll take with them into 2021. Here's what they had to say.

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