A super trend in blogging is conference “live blogging” whereby one or many bloggers post real time at a conference. It is especially helpful to those who cannot attend.
Anybody want to give it a try at APTA’s National Meeting in San Antonio this week?
If you want to volunteer or are “live blogging” for your own blog, please let us know at MyPhysicalTherapySpace and we will certainly link to you or give you the ability to co-post on this site.
A couple of lectures or presentations where this would be fantastic:
Opening Ceremonies: Wednesday, June 11th from 5:30 pm—7:00 pm, featuring Lee Woodruff
McMillan Lecture: Thursday, June 12th from 11:00 am—12:00 pm, presented by Anthony
Delitto, PT, PhD, FAPTA
Maley Lecture: Friday, June 13th from 11:00 am—12:00 pm, presented by Pamela G Unger,
PT, CWS, FCCWS
New! Oxford Debate: Friday, June 13th from 5:15 pm—6:15 pm
Current Controversies in Physical Therapy: The 2008 Rothstein Debate: "Does the Current Model of Clinical Education Really Prepare Students for Practice?" where I will be participating against some brave taker who represents a side of this opinion that clearly has few supporters
And lastly we have the Physical Therapists and 21st Century Health Care: Direct Employer Contracting is the Way Forward where we have several members of our EIM team, Fit For Work, and Tony Delitto presenting. If you want to see several hundred slides fly in a matter of minutes using the Lessig style of presenting, please be there!