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2 • Schedule 2 • TechnoPalooza! 2 • Signature Sessions 4 • Fun in San Diego 6 • Exhibit Floor Plan
Hear keynote speaker Mark Weber, PT, PhD, SCS, ATC, discuss factors that drive PTs to seek certification at the Recognition Ceremony for Clinical Specialists and Residency and Fellowship Programs, Monday, January 21, 8 pm–9:30 pm.
Mark Weber to Address Recognition Ceremony
University of Mississippi. Weber was certified in 1993 as a clinical specialist in sports physical therapy. He is the contact for the ABPTS Pediatric Specialty Council. The ceremony, January 21, 8:00 pm, will recognize newly certified and recertified clinical specialists in the 8 approved areas of ABPTS certification, and fellowship and residency programs credentialed and recredentialed by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education. The 90-minute ceremony will be followed by a reception.
Hear about trends in collaborative education when Sandy Cassidy, PT, PhD, presents the Linda Crane Lecture, Tuesday, January 22, 3 pm–5 pm. Network with your New Professionals colleagues at the APTA members-only Build Your Career event Tuesday, January 22, 6 pm–7 pm. Students, learn how you can form your school’s Student Log n’ Blog team at the Student Log n’ Blog Start Party, Tuesday, January 22, 9 pm–midnight, featuring a DJ and dancing. Wake up Wednesday, January 23, with the Foundation for Physical Therapy Coffee Tasting, co-hosted by the Home Health Section. Tickets are $15 ($5 for students), and the event runs 6:30 am–8:30 am. Having the blues is a good thing when you contribute to PT-PAC’s efforts to support those who support physical therapy. Join PT-PAC at the House of Blues, Wednesday, January 23, 9 pm–midnight. Buy tickets when you register for CSM, or at the PT-PAC booth in the Exhibit Hall, where PTPAC also will conduct a Wine Tasting, 1 pm–3 pm, Tuesday, January 22. Hear how Elizabeth Mostrom, PT, PhD, recommends using the power of narrative in physical therapy education at the Pauline Cerasoli Lecture, Wednesday, January 23, 3 pm–5 pm. Weigh in on efforts to translate research findings into treatment and assessment protocols in the thought-provoking Eugene Michels Research Forum, Thursday, January 24, 3 pm–5 pm.
ata gathered from specialist candidate surveys consistently indicate that intrinsic factors, such as personal challenge and achievement of career goals, are driving factors in seeking certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). In his keynote presentation at the Recognition Ceremony for Clinical Specialists and Residency and Fellowship Programs at the opening of the 2013 Combined Sections Meeting, Mark Weber, PT, PhD, SCS, ATC, will further explore how this mindset translates into who certified specialists are, what they do, how they perceive what “makes” a specialist, and what specialization means to them. Weber is a professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. In addition, he is a physical therapist and athletic trainer for the university’s sports medicine department. He is also a member of the clinical faculty for the university’s sports physical therapy residency. He received his bachelor of science degree in physical therapy from The Ohio State University and his PhD from the
The beaches and beautiful city of San Diego await CSM 2013 attendees later this month. CSM 2013 in San Diego includes preconference courses on Sunday, January 19, and Monday, January 20, and conference sessions and the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday through Thursday, January 21-23.
CSM Format Makes it Easy to Attend the Courses You Want
SM 2013 will bring to San Diego more than 9,000 physical therapy professionals for several stimulating days of exceptional programming, networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall filled with products and services. Sessions will begin and end at the same time each day to allow for the most efficient schedule planning, with ample time in between for you to arrive at your next session. Preconference courses on Sunday, January 20, and Monday, January 21, are 8:00 am–5:30 pm. Conference sessions Tuesday, January 22,
through Thursday, January 24, are 8:00 am–10:00 am, 11:00 am–1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm–5:00 pm. All education session programming will occur at either the Hilton Bayfront or the San Diego Convention Center. Additional venues for APTA-sponsored evening activities are the Hilton San Diego Gaslamp, Marriott Marquis and Marina, and the Omni San Diego. Your attendance at CSM 2013 is equivalent to 2.2 CEUs (22 contact hours/CCUs). The number of CEUs awarded for each session at CSM will be listed in the onsite program.
All education session programming will occur at either the Hilton Bayfront or the San Diego Convention Center.
Go to www.apta.org/CSM to learn more!
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Fun in San Diego
Exhibit Floor Plan
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