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Federation Forum - Winter 2017
Volume 32, Number 2
Articles in this Issue
Nancy R. Kirsch, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA
Administrative Staff Corner
Charles Brown, Executive Director, Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy; Director on the FSBPT Board of Directors.
Antitrust Litigation Reaches the End of the Road
Jennifer Ancona Semko, Baker McKenzie LLP
Challenges to Your Board’s Performance? Self-Assessments Can Help
This article is based on a presentation by Maryann Alexander, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chief Officer, Nursing Regulation, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, and Aaron Young, PhD, Assistant Vice President, Research and Data Integration, Federation of State Medical Boards, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
Due Process and the Digital Age: Using Technology in Board Work
This article is based on a presentation by Nicole M. Schuster, Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Indiana Attorney General, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
Medications: Defining the Role and Responsibility of Physical Therapy Practice
This article is based on a presentation by Matt Janes, PT, DPT, MHS, OCS, CSCS, Division AVP, Therapy Practice and Quality, Kindred at Home, and Diana Kornetti, PT, MA, HCS-D, President, Home Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
PT Outcomes Registry and Continuing Competence
This article is based on a presentation by Heather Smith, PT, MPH, Director of Quality, American Physical Therapy Association, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
Regulations, Rulings, Resources and Revisions: News You Can Use!
This article is based on a presentation by Leslie Adrian, PT, DPT, MPA, Director of Professional Standards, Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
Risk-Based Regulation: What We Were Doing all Along and What We’ll Do Differently in the Future
This article is based on a presentation by Dianne Millette, PT, MHSC, Registrar and CEO, College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia and Shenda Tanchak, LLB, Registrar and CEO, College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
This article is based on a presentation by Leslie Adrian, PT, DPT, MPA, Director of Professional Standards, Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy; Linda Grief, Executive Officer, Montana Board of Physical Therapy Examiners; James D. Heider, Executive Director, Oregon Physical Therapist Licensing Board; Scott Majors, Executive Director, Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy; Chrisandra Osborne, PT, PDT, Board Member, Washington Board of Physical Therapy; and Connie Petz, Licensing Examiner, Alaska Board of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
Tales From the Other Side: Why Rules Rule. Representation of Individual Physical Therapists Before Licensing Boards from the Perspective of a Private Practice Attorney
This article is based on a presentation by Diana Godwin, Attorney at Law, at the 2017 FSBPT Annual Meeting.
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