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Aegis Therapies and Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Announce Scholarship Recipients
Date:2/6/2008

FORT SMITH, Ark., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Aegis Therapies and its partner in advanced education, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) in Provo, Utah, announced today the second group of Aegis therapists who have been selected to receive a scholarship to Rocky Mountain University's transitional physical and occupational therapy doctorate program.

Aegis is one of the country's largest contract rehabilitation therapy providers, serving more than 1,000 long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, hospitals and other locations in 38 states. RMUoHP offers comprehensive post-professional education programs for therapists motivated to pursue doctorate degrees.

"We are pleased that Aegis has continued its support for advanced education by awarding scholarships again this semester to select employees who are motivated to grow in their profession and receive a post-professional education," said Stan Hartgraves, Vice President of Academic Affairs for RMUoHP. "The first scholarship recipients have been very successful in their academic work, and we look for an equally favorable experience with the second group. We are proud to be able to work again with Aegis to provide this opportunity for professional growth to their employees."

The RMUoHP curriculum is designed to provide practicing clinicians with the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills, and behaviors commensurate with contemporary evidence-based practice and education standards. The RMUoHP program prepares professionals for leadership roles in healthcare, academia, and research.

The selection committee at Aegis chose six employees to receive scholarships from among a pool of impressive and well-qualified applicants. Scholarship recipients will be enrolled in either the transitional doctor of physical therapy (DPT) or the transitional doctor of occupational therapy (OTD) degree program in February.

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