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Join us for an engaging discussion regarding our collaboration with the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation on the Building Trust Initiative.

APTA is collaborating with the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation on the Building Trust initiative to identify and promote exemplary practices that foster trust and trustworthiness in physical therapy.

This APTA Live discussion will feature APTA members Michele Beltram, PT, DPT; Dee Daley, PT, DPT; and Frederick Murphy, PT, MPT, MPH, who submitted their trust-building practices to ABIM's Trust Practice Challenge.

Your Panelists

Dee Daley, PT, DPT 

Michele Beltram, PT, DPT
Board-Certified Orthopaedic Specialist

Frederick Murphy, PT, MPT, MPH 

You can view APTA Live events below (coming soon) or engage on APTA's social media platforms: FacebookTwitter, or YouTube.

Note: RSVP is not required for participation. 

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