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Register for the APTA Combined Sections Meeting to get free access to this special centennial event, or purchase individually via the APTA CSM registration platform for $99.

Recordings of these lectures and related Q&As are available to registrants thru March. Access via the links below.

Note: There are no CEUs related to these lectures.

Saturday, January 16: 7 p.m. ET

What I Know: The Value of Mentoring and Leadership

The 51st Mary McMillan Lecture will be delivered by Stuart Binder-Macleod, PT, PhD, FAPTA, who will discuss the critical role that mentoring has played in his professional development and the important role we each can play in mentoring the next generation of physical therapy clinicians, researchers, and administrators.

He also will outline his current and prior leadership positions within and outside of our profession, and he will discuss the urgent need for members of our profession to take on leadership positions that match their skills and interests throughout their careers.

Registrants: Access the Lecture

After clicking the link above, click the Sign In link on the left (if you see Sign Out in the left menu, you are already signed in). If redirected to the welcome screen during log in, select "Saturday" from the left menu. Recordings are available thru March.

Sunday, January 17: 7 p.m. ET

Meeting Challenges and Optimizing Ability to Respond: New Opportunities for Physical Therapy Research

Alison Cernich, PhD, deputy director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, will provide an overview of the National Institutes of Health's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons learned that may be carried forward.

Throughout the presentation, Cernich will emphasize the impact of health disparities and the need to recognize the impact of race, ethnicity, gender, and social determinants of health. She also will outline the progress on the revision of the NIH Rehabilitation Research Plan and highlight opportunities for physical therapy research.

Registrants: Access the Lecture

After clicking the link above, click the Sign In link on the left (if you see Sign Out in the left menu, you are already signed in). If redirected to the welcome screen during log in, select "Sunday" from the left menu. Recordings are available thru March.

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