At least once a year an Annual Meeting shall be held for the purpose
of conducting the Council's business and other activities in accordance
with the Purpose and Objectives of the Council, including:
Representatives of institutions are the voting members at the Annual Meeting.
A quorum shall consist of a majority of the total number of members.
All meeting minutes shall be submitted to all members of the Council as well as the Association within 45 days of the date of the meeting.
The presiding officer at the first Annual Meeting shall be an individual designated by the APTA from among the members of the Academic Administrators Governance Workgroup.
Register today for the webinar to be held on November 1st, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. EST
Know someone that deserves recognition for an outstanding achievement in physical therapy? APTA's 2019 Honors & Awards nominations are now open!
ACAPT is in need of a member to serve as our liaison to APTA's Education Leadership Institute.
We want your perspectives on leadership development and management education in physical therapy programs.
We invite you to make a significant contribution to our understanding of leadership development and management education in physical therapy programs.
Seeking anyone interested in discussing present practices, competencies and roles
November 13-14, 2018
December 4-5, 2018
January 11 Irvine California (rescheduled)
Entries will be accepted November 1st 2018 through January 4th, 2019.
An outstanding team of people from the University of Iowa, APTA, and ACAPT leadership, as well as academic/clinical leaders, and recent graduates gather together to develop solutions to confront the challenges of student debt.
Whether you're curious or want to dialog about the scientific field of study that examines education, teaching, and learning processes using established criteria that shape educational outcomes, then you need to join us for networking breakfast on Saturday, October 13.
Responsibilities include introducing speakers, moderating questions after presentations, assisting in finding late comer seating, etc.
The purpose of the Task Force is to explore the issue of the placement process for clinical education experiences and formulate recommendations to ACAPT and the Academy of Physical Therapy Education.
The Task Force is seeking input from a broad spectrum of clinical education stakeholders and diverse clinical settings on this important issue facing physical therapy clinical education.
To date, more than 200 physical therapist and physical therapist assistant students and 14 faculty pursuing their doctoral degrees have received awards from the Minority Scholarship Fund.
This year's keynote speaker is 3-star Lieutenant General Michael Nagata, the Director of Strategic Operational Planning at the National Counterterrorism Center.
Each ACAPT member institution is eligible to join NCCE
The Institute is a one-day preconference course on November 8, 2018
ACAPT is interested in identifying individuals and/or groups who have established or are establishing procedures for awards and recognition within the clinical education community.
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