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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
a student-lead movement to build stronger relationships within our profession between PTs and PTAs
We are seeking a Vice Chair and Nominating Committee member
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.
Read further to learn all the details about this new opportunity
Task Force to Enhance Academic Programs Awareness to the Mental Health and Wellness Needs of Students and Future Clinicians
Center on Health Services Training and Research is accepting fellowship applications through Feb 15, 2019
Free webinar on December 13, at 2:00pm ET
Te Student Leadership Development subgroup of the ACAPT Leadership Academy is in need of a first year student appointee
Submit your nominations no later than March 1
This message was developed jointly by the NCCE and the CESIG and PTAESIG
Give an hour or two where you can!
Open positions: Chair, Vice Chair, and Nominating Committee
Open Positions: Chair, Nominating Committee (Clinical), and Academic Director-at-Large (ADAL) OR Clinical Director-at-Large (CDAL)
Leadership in a Rapidly Changing World
We are accepting candidates for the 2019 slate until January 18, 2019.
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!
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
Watch and listen to the workshop held Dec 4-5
January 11 Irvine California (rescheduled)
Entries will be accepted November 1st 2018 through January 4th, 2019.
Each ACAPT member institution is eligible to join NCCE
We are pleased to announce that the PHYSICAL THERAPIST CLINICAL EDUCATION GLOSSARY is now available for use.
Look at these fantastic resources for Financial Solutions!
Listen to ACAPT leaders discuss the formation of ACAPT!
The student loan debt survey you received a few weeks ago is due by February 3, 2017.
APTA has developed tips to ensure that users who are new to the Clinical Performance Instrument (CPI) have a successful experience when completing the PT CPI or PTA CPI training course on the APTA Learning Center.
The APTA, ACAPT, and the Education Section of APTA are aware of recent communication from Genesis Rehab Services regarding fee implementation for clinical education.
Student and Resident Scholarships: Johns Hopkins medicine will once again be offering students and resident scholarships to our Fifth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference to take place Nov. 3-5, 2016 in Baltimore,
The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy is pleased to announce the release of the updated “Compendium for Teaching Professional Level Physical Therapy Content, v. 2016”. This compendium is an update of the previous compendium published in 2000 and edited by Margaret Schenkman PhD, PT and Kathleen Gill-Body, MS, PT, NCS.
At the 2016 House of Delegates, the Oregon chapter proposed the following RC regarding student debt in physical therapy.
The ACAPT Diversity Task Force was created in January 2013 and was charged with defining under-represented minorities (URM) in physical therapist education and affirming a rationale for promoting a diverse student population and workforce in physical therapy.
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