The APTA Pediatrics Residency & Fellowship Consortium is an 11-month program designed to advance the pediatric resident’s knowledge and application of examination and treatment of pediatric patients in a variety of areas. Eighteen modules will be presented during the 2022-2023 academic year. Asynchronous content and a resident assignment will be provided in advance of a synchronous session once or twice per month. Residents are also asked to complete a knowledge translation reflection and a course evaluation at the end of each module. More specific information about each component of the modules is provided below. Material will be posted and will remain accessible to participants from August 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. Registrants must be a current resident or faculty member of a pediatric residency or fellowship program. To register or find out more, visit Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy: APTA Pediatrics Residency & Fellowship Consortium 2022-2023 (commpartners.com)!
Cost of Registration: $175 per person. This fee includes access to all 18 modules.
Registration Window: Registration will be open from 7/1/22 to 7/31/22.
August 3, 2022
@ 1:00 PM
to September 30, 2022
2:00 PM ET
Foundations of School-Based Physical Therapy is an on-demand course that will provide four sessions and a summary session to highlight foundational information for school-based practice. Nationally recognized speakers will address federal laws, assessment, service provision, and specific student populations. This on-demand course will offer 6 contact hours (.06 CEUs), upon completion of all sessions and passing each post-test. To register or find out more, visit Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy: Foundations of School-Based Physical Therapy Course (commpartners.com)!
September 23, 2022
@ 8:00 AM
to September 25, 2022
5:00 PM PT
Registration is open for the Advanced Clinical Practice in Pediatric Physical Therapy Course (ACP), which will be held September 23-25, 2022, in Phoenix (Tempe), AZ. This 2.5-day course is geared toward advanced practice and is intended for experienced pediatric physical therapists with a strong desire to investigate current theories and evidence-based practice across settings. Physical therapists who are considering taking the Pediatric Certified Specialist exam through ABPTS are particularly encouraged to participate as part of their review. To register or find out more, visit www.pediatricapta.org/acp!