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Not There Campaignvia New York Times on March 8, 2015
“Women across New York had vanished … On Sunday, the Clinton Foundation co-opted some 40 existing advertisements, posters and other media, cutting out the women as part of a campaign to call attention to gender inequality.” Read more …Women in Physical Therapy: Can We #solvePT Without a Strong Enough Voice?via The PT Student
In 2006, I was working as a physical therapist in acute care in the Boston area. One day, as I was evaluating a polite, older gentleman after hip replacement surgery, he said, “this is a nice job for you girls.” You girls. He didn’t say it in a “this profession offers so many opportunities for career growth and success” kind of way. Let’s just say that the connotation was … old-fashioned. Read more …First Ever Two-Year DPT Program Approved to Enroll Studentsvia Evidence in Motion on March 7, 2015
“Clearly the future is now, and we’re grateful for the opportunity we’ve been given.” Read more …Demand for PTs Likely to Increasevia APTA on March 6, 2015
“The latest data from APTA show that while an increase in graduates from physical therapist (PT) education programs could help to slightly lower projected workforce shortages in the future, the trend toward increased health insurance coverage nationwide will likely still mean that the demand for PTs will continue to climb between now and 2020.” Read more …