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DavisPTnetwork Partners with the Florida Physical Therapy Association to Provide Online Continuing Education
Date:2/22/2010

PTs and PTAs in Florida can now fulfill their continuing-education requirements with convenient and affordable online courses that are peer reviewed and state approved

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 22, 2010 -- F. A. Davis Company’s comprehensive online career information resource and social networking Web site for physical therapy professionals—DavisPTnetwork.com —has partnered with the Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA) to help physical therapists (PTs) and physical therapist assistants (PTAs) fulfill their continuing- education (CE) requirements with state-approved courses that can be easily accessed and completed online.

"We're excited about the new relationship with DavisPTnetwork,” says Craig Crosby, Executive Vice President of the Tallahassee, FL-based FPTA, “and that we will be offering a new service to our members."

Currently, DavisPTnetwork offers over 40 CE courses that are approved in Florida for PTs and PTAs and accessible through CE Broker, the electronic tracking system used there. DavisPTnetwork’s CE courses are also approved in all other states that currently require continuing education for PTs and PTAs.

“We’re delighted about the partnership between DavisPTnetwork and the Florida Physical Therapy Association,” says Margaret Biblis, F.A. Davis Publisher Professions/Medicine. “By working together through this partnership, we are able to enhance the access to and availability of peer-reviewed, affordable continuing education for physical therapy professionals in Florida.” According to Biblis, F. A. Davis’ leading physical therapy textbook authors have developed DavisPTnetwork’s online CE courses, providing a vast selection of content that is essential for today’s PTs and PTAs.
Launched in February 2009, DavisPTnetwork provides PT professionals from around the world with a unique opportunity for social networking and professional collaboration, as well as online continuing education. Membership to the DavisPTnetwork social networking community is free. Additionally, there is a wide range of affordable (starting at $45 per course), peer-reviewed courses offered at the site. With support available 24/7, PTs and PTAs can take these online CE courses at their convenience.
For further information visit DavisPTnetwork.

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