The 51st Mary McMillan Lecture will be delivered by Foundation for Physical Therapy Research (FPTR) Trustee, Stuart Binder-Macleod, PT, PhD. He will discuss the critical role that mentoring has played in his professional development and the important role we each can play in mentoring the next generation of physical therapy clinicians, researchers, and administrators.
He also will outline his current and prior leadership positions within and outside of our profession, and he will discuss the urgent need for members of our profession to take on leadership positions that match their skills and interests throughout their careers.
This event will begin at 7 p.m. ET with the broadcast of Binder-Macleod’s lecture, to be immediately followed by live Q&A, featuring questions from viewers.
Register for APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting by Jan. 15 to get free access to this special centennial-year event, or purchase individually via the APTA CSM registration platform for $99.