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The 2023 APTA House of Delegates is preparing to meet in July. Students from some DPT programs around the country also have been preparing to be involved in the important issues facing the physical therapy profession. How? By holding their own mock House of Delegates to become familiar with the workings of the policymaking body. APTA caught up with student physical therapists who participated in events at Duke University and Marymount University to ask them about their experiences. (Want to experience the real thing? Tune into the livestream of the 2023 APTA House of Delegates when it meets July 23-24.)

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