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Sep 30, 2015/CPG
Focuses on how pulmonary hypertension (PH) may involve multiple clinical conditions and pose complications for the majority of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.
Includes eight overarching principles and nine specific recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and management of polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR).
Offers potential solutions to challenging coverage scenarios that result from incomplete or conflicting evidence on limb-girdle and distal dystrophies (LGMDs).
Feb 1, 2020/Open Access
Below is a list of credentialed clinical trainers who are available to teach the Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program. Trainers with "(1,2)" behind their name are credentialed to teach both Level 1 and Level 2 courses. It is recommended that if there is more than one trainer in your area you contact
May 22, 2020
This form will provide a mechanism for those wishing to propose simple amendments that do not require an appointment with the Reference Committee nor publication in Packet II.
May 21, 2020/APTA Job
This position manages the accreditation process and accreditation activities for all physical therapist assistant (PTA) education programs; serves as primary APTA staff liaison for the PTA Panel of the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE); and participates in the overall
Jun 3, 2020/Author
Kara Gainer is director of regulatory affairs at APTA. She has extensive knowledge and experience working on policies related to Medicare, Medicaid, health care reform, and provider billing and reimbursement. Before joining the association in 2017, she was a health care consultant with Drinker Biddle
Nancy R. Kirsch, PT, DPT, PhD, a former member of APTA's Ethics and Judicial Committee, is the program director and a professor of physical therapy at Rutgers University in Newark. She also practices in northern New Jersey.
Elise Latawiec, PT, MPH, is lead senior practice management specialist at APTA. Her primary responsibilities include the development of resources related to all areas of practice management as well as the impacts of health care reform. Before joining APTA she was the national director of quality assurance
Karen Chesbrough, MPH, is director of the Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry at APTA. Before joining APTA in 2010, she was the scientific program manager for the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research. There, she led the development of new grant funding mechanisms and oversaw the solicitation and review
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Mar 31, 1970/Graduate Education
AbstractThis is the third in a series of
This is the third in a series of
Mar 31, 1970/Departments
Mar 31, 1970/Letters to the Editor
Mar 31, 1970/Book Reviews
Feb 28, 1970/Editor’s Note
Feb 28, 1970/Case Report
AbstractThe treatment program used for
The treatment program used for
Feb 28, 1970/Departments