2-Day Residency Fair hosted by APTA Pelvic Health SSIG
Will air on August 24, 2021 | 8:00pm-9:00pm EDT
Are you interested in learning more about a Residency in Pelvic and Women’s Health? Join the Student SIG Directors and Residency Programs from across the country for our 2nd annual Residency Fair to learn about what makes their program unique, what they look for in a candidate, and how their curriculum can set you up for success.
Two evenings (October 19 + October 28) that will comprise of an introductory session and then individual breakout rooms for each residency program. Student Special Interest Group Directors will be facilitating this virtual fair. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Residency Programs (so far confirmed*):
– Duke University
– Ohio State University
– Good Shepherd Penn Partners
– Creighton University
– University of North Carolina
– University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
– Johns Hopkins Hospital
– Baylor Scott & White
– Agile Physical Therapy
Additional details will be posted soon regarding on which days we will have each residency present.
About the Student SIG (SSIG)
The SSIG provides a forum to connect physical therapy students from across the nation on issues and topics relevant to you as a student or a rising early-professional. This event is designed to assist prospective residency candidates in deciding where to apply and how to become the best candidate.
Student Special Interest Group
A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a sub-community within the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy with a shared interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge or learning where members can connect, collaborate and help develop solutions within their particular topic area or produce new educational resources and networking opportunities. The Academy currently has 3 established SIGs. Each SIG consists of Board of Directors who each meet virtually year-round to facilitate discussions, problem-solve and develop new resources to members.
The SSIG provides a forum to connect physical therapy students from across the nation on issues and topics relevant to you as a student or an rising early-professional. Need advice on applying to a residency program or need tips on how to pay off your student loans? The SSIG is here to help guide you and direct you to helpful resources!