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Recent Special Interest Groups

FPTA is proud to announce the recent establishment of two new Special Interest Groups (SIGs): the Neurology Special Interest Group (NSIG) and the Geriatrics Special Interest Group (GSIG). These new SIGs are eager to grow and form a collaborative community of PT’s, PTA’s, and students who have an interest in these areas of practice. These SIGs are free to join*, so don’t hesitate to sign up so you can keep informed of SIG activities like online journal clubs, community service events, and social activities. The SIGs are most meaningful when members engage, so speak up and engage with other clinicians who share your interests.

Additional SIGs Coming in Fall

As the Practice Pillar of FPTA continues to grow, we will be adding more SIGs in other areas of clinical practice; a few at a time. In the fall of this year, we plan to kick off two additional SIGs: the Pediatric SIG (PSIG) and the Acute Care SIG (ACSIG). Look for announcements about these new SIGs in future newsletters. We will be seeking members who would like to lead these groups during their formative months. We will announce a call for volunteers for these roles in the near future. Watch for it!

Other SIGs Available

These new and future SIGs join a growing list of Practice-related SIG’s in the FPTA. Currently, in addition to the ones mentioned above, there are SIGs in Orthopedics and Sports (OSSIG), Private Practice (FLPTPP*), Telehealth and Technology (TTSIG). In addition to the practice-related SIGs, there are also SIGs for Early Professionals (EPSIG), Clinical Educators (FCCE*), and Students (SSIG). Please check them out on the website and sign up so you can stay informed on topics that are closely aligned with your interests and area(s) of practice.

*All SIGs are free except PPSIG and FCCE in which case there is a nominal fee to join.

Greg Hartley
Director of Practice

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