Practicing at Top of Scope - A Mindset Shift
This webinar will introduce participants to the concept of practicing at the top of
their scope in innovative and inclusive ways to ensure that physical therapist
practice continues to thrive. This course will also reimagine how we practice, to
ensure physical therapy is not an inaccessible luxury to our patients.
While this course will be presented through the lens of an Emergency Department
physical therapist, it will be applicable to all practice settings.
Rebekah Griffith, PT, DPT,NCS, FiT
Dr. Rebekah Griffith PT, DPT, NCS, FiT is a physical therapist who specializes in care in the
Emergency Department and ICU settings. She believes that physical therapy should not be a
luxury and should be accessible to everyone, particularly in life’s most critical moments. Dr.
Griffith is the founder of the ED DPT, a business focused on making Emergency Physical
Therapist practice well-known and well-practiced. She also serves her profession as APTA
Colorado Chief Delegate. A believer in life-work flow, she is a dedicated mother of 3, wife of
22 years, an avid reader, writer, and photographer, and also holds a Black Belt in Taekwondo.
Dr. Griffith firmly believes that we rise by lifting others, which is at the core of being a
physical therapist and human.
- Click on the Contents tab to watch the course recording.
- Click the Take Quiz button to complete the assessment. Learners will have 3 attempts to pass and must answer at least 70% of questions correctly.
- Click Fill Out Survey under the Evaluation listing to provide valuable course feedback. Scroll down on all questions as there may be answer options that expand past the size of the window.
- Click the View/Print Your Certificate button under the Certificate listing. You can view/print your certificate at any time by visiting the APTA Learning Center and clicking the CEU Certificate/Transcript link on the left-hand side of the page.
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