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The Florida Consortium of Clinical Educators (FCCE) recently voted to create Clinical and Academic Co-Chair positions for the executive committee and the amended bylaws were approved by the FPTA Board of Directors. The result is leadership that reflects the make-up of the FCCE and ensures active representation for the clinical community.
Bylaws: Clinical Co-chairperson
Qualifications – A clinical co-chairperson who is either a CCCE or CI.
Election and tenure
Duties of the Officers
The election for the new Clinical Co-chairperson will take place at the FCCE meeting on September 24th held during the FPTA conference in Orlando. You do not need to register for the conference to attend the FCCE meeting. Only current members of the FCCE will be able to vote. To become a member of the FCCE click on this link.
We look forward to increased participation from clinicians in the FCCE and seek motivated individuals to help achieve this goal.
At this time we are encouraging anyone who is interested in the Clinical Co-Chair position to submit a brief bio and a statement regarding their interest by September 9th to Elsa Drevyn: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please share this announcement with anyone you feel may have interest. Candidate bios will be forwarded to FCCE members prior to the election on September 24th.
This is a really exciting development and we are looking forward to this addition!
Elsa Drevyn, PT, DPT
Academic Co-Chair – Florida Consortium of Clinical Educators
Kim Smith, PT, DPT
Vice Chair – Florida Consortium of Clinical Educators
Physical Therapist Programs:
Adventist University of Health Sciences / Florida A&M University / Florida Gulf Coast University / Florida National University/ Florida International University
Nova Southeastern University: Ft. Lauderdale & Tampa / University of Central Florida
University of Florida / University of Miami /University of North Florida
University of South Florida-Tampa/University of South Florida-University of West Florida Partnership Program-Pensacola / University of St. Augustine
Physical Therapist Assistant Programs:
Dateline August 8, 2016
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