Ep. 123 Chaser – IGNITE Series: Putting PT on the Map with the CEO Justin Moore


Episode 123 Chaser

Live from Miami continues with our interview of APTA’s CEO: Justin Moore, PT, DPT. As part of the Ignite Series at National Student Conclave 2016, Justin discusses how individuals can blaze new paths in the PT profession while working to help put PT on the map.

Bio: Justin Moore, PT, DPT

Dr. Justin Moore recently began his role as Chief Executive Officer of the APTA in July of 2016. In 17 years with the APTA, he’s held positions as Vice President of Public Affairs, Vice President of Public Policy and Professional Affairs, and Vice President of Government Affairs and Payment Policy. He is a recipient of the R. Charles Harker Policymaker Award from APTA’s Health Policy and Administration Section and the Distinguished Service Award from APTA’s Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy. Dr. Justin Moore received his Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics from Iowa State University in 1993, his Master of Physical Therapy Degree from University of Iowa in 1996, and his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Simmons College in 2005.

Contact Information
Twitter: @policy4pt

Episode 123 Highlights

(2:30) – Justin discusses his Ignite Series topic
(3:39) – Justin discusses the different mediums by which individuals can help spread PT
(4:20) – Justin discusses issues the profession faces with brand identity
(5:39) – Justin provides some examples of how people young in their careers are changing the profession
(6:20) – What is your take on what the CEO does?
(7:15) – What are some topics that you think the APTA needs to address and pay attention to, to further the profession?
(9:45) – IGNITE Series: Putting PT on the Map – Dr. Justin Moore (Recording from NSC 2016)

“Don’t think of it [being part of the APTA] as an obligation or a membership. Think of it as really an opportunity. APTA is really about helping you become a better clinician, helping you become a better member of your society, and so we really encourage you to engage and participate, more than just being a member.”

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