Career paths within PT academia are growing! With over 180 PT educator positions open, there are many opportunities for students and clinicians to pursue a career in higher education.
There are many avenues available to DPT students and practicing PTs to advance your education and career following entry-level PT training. The PT profession needs more academicians with PhDs. You’ll discover new stats and insights into why you might pursue a PhD or other post-professional education AND how you can choose the right program for you.
This webinar discusses the cost, benefits, and impact on your PT career by pursuing a PhD, residency or fellowship. You’ll also learn key differences and questions you should be considering when choosing the right program and mentor for you - as well as how to make your application more competitive.
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The American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association