Ridgeway is quoted in an article recognizing the huge role that therapists will have as COVID patients transition from ICU back to their communities, and everything in-between. He has also crafted a resource document, "How can acute physical therapists add value in a pandemic? What are the current, future, and ideal roles of the PT?"
Congratulations to Professor Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, PhD, FAPTA on being recognized as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow. The FAPTA designation is the highest honor among APTA’s membership categories.
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facilitate equal opportunity and nondiscrimination for faculty, staff and prospective/enrolled students, by following policies of the Office of Equity and the Regent's laws and Policies, Article 10, non discrimination. University Strategic Priority Affirmative Action
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On November 17, 2010, the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) reaffirmed the accreditation status based upon compliance with all of the evaluative criteria. The
accreditation status remains in effect for the full 10 year period until 2020 at which time the accreditation status will undergo a self-study report and on-site review.