1. Identify graduate outcomes in preparation for the development of a standardized clinical education curriculum
2. Gather exemplars (best practices) of partnerships between academic and clinical institutions
The Early Assurance Consortium is exploring opportunities to address diversity via early assurance programs.
This goal has been eliminated from ACAPT's current plan
2. Mobilize institutional representatives to communicate desired standard changes to CAPTE
2. Develop an advocacy program within ACAPT
ACAPT promotes the Alternate Approval Process developed by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy to ease the administrative burden of various stakeholders during the initial processes of students entering the physical therapy community
This FREE, dynamic webinar is open to deans, faculty, staff, and students from IPEC member schools, as well as non-members, communities of interest, and practice representatives.
On January 10, 2019, the ACAPT Board of Directors adopted the following position
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