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Participate in a live discussion on the effects of COVID-19 on PTA practice, the outlook for PTAs within the profession, and the findings from a survey that assessed data on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected PTA education in the classroom and in the clinic.

Krissa Reeves, PTA Caucus Delegate, and Amanda Johnston, PTA Program Director at San Diego Mesa College, will share information on the effects of COVID-19 on PTA practice, the outlook for PTAs within the profession, and the findings from Amanda’s 2020 survey that assessed data on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected PTA education in the classroom and in the clinic. 

Our Guests

Krissa Reeves, PTA, MEd, is PTA program director at Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Her area of clinical expertise is in orthopedics and sports medicine. You can contact Krissa at krissareevespta@gmail.com.

Amanda Johnston, PTA, MEd, is PTA program director at San Diego Mesa College where she teaches kinesiology, pathology, therapeutic exercise, orthopedics, and professionalism. She worked in the outpatient orthopedics and women's health clinical settings as well as implemented Pilates training programs for patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.  You can contact Mandy at mandyjohnston13@gmail.com.

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