In a recent news release, North American Seminars introduced a Responsible CME program, which will combine 2-day live continuing education courses for physical therapists with online continuing education courses for physical therapy.
The 1-day June 7 conference, co-sponsored by Boston University's Health & Disability Research Institute and the APTA, targets the need to develop system skills as a critical component of physical therapy practice.
Cross Country Education is slated to present the 2013 Rehab Summit, a 3-day conference and expo tailored to provide rehabilitation professionals from multiple disciplines a blend of educational and networking experiences.
RIC notes its interdisciplinary brain injury course will center on modern research in neuroscience and advances in technology that have enhanced the understanding and management of traumatic brain injury (TBI).
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