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Propose your existing course or develop a new course through the Academy!
Propose your existing course or develop a new course through the Academy!
Advancing Patient Care Through the Expansion of Specialized Training & Education
The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (APTA Pelvic Health) is committed to promoting quality education for physical therapy professionals. Do you need help developing a course? Do you have an already developed course that you want to teach through the Academy? Submit your proposal for a live webinar course, on-demand online course or an in-person regional course! We are now accepting course proposals for 2020 and 2021.
Types of courses you can submit:
Recently Added Courses
Interested in developing a new course or offering your existing course through the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy and not sure if your topic will get approved? Set up a 15-30 minute consultation with an Academy representative to get a better understanding of the course development and review process and see if your topic is a good fit. After completing this form, you will hear from the Academy office regarding available time options to meet via Zoom Conferencing to discuss your course idea(s).
Our Course Education Review Committee reviews all applications and provides mentorship in the development or improvement of your course. The Course Review team is composed of experienced and knowledgeable academicians and Physical Therapists who regularly teach or have extensive past teaching experience. All feedback and course improvement recommendations are geared to help you succeed and offer the best version of your course.
Whether you are new to physical therapy academia world or already regularly teach, teaching through the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy expands your exposure as an expert in your topic area. The Academy promotes its courses on the website (7K-12K website visitors per month), through its Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy (3,500+ subscribers), its social media channels (13,000 followers) and email (5,500+ contacts).
Increase Education Access
By offering a course through the Academy, you are helping physical therapy professionals gain new knowledge and skills to better serve their patients. Physical therapy professionals can then provide specialized patient care resulting in patients having access to more options and the right physicla therapy professionals who have special training to address their needs.
The 5-Stage Process
To Get Your Course Up & Running
Click on each stage tab below to walk through the review process.
Stage 1 | Initial Submission
Author finalizes and submits a course proposal to the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy.
See additional resource below for general course presentation tips.
Copyright and Confidentiality
This course will sponsored by Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, with recognition that the Author owns all copyrights and other intellectual property of the course materials (including the course proposal submission). The Author of the course proposal and his/her course content retains sole rights to teach and advertise the course within and outside of the Academy at will, including reposting of Academy course advertising materials about the course on social media to boost registration for this course. Each Education Review Committee member in charge of reviewing course proposals and course content has signed the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Confidentiality Agreement that protects the Author’s course content from being shared outside of the committee or copied for resale use without permission.
Stage 2 | Review Process Commences
The Education Review Committee, comprised of content experts in pelvic and abdominal health physical therapists, will examine the course proposal for evidence-based information and alignment with the Academy’s goals, mission and strategic plan. Below is a list of review timelines we anticipate based on the amount of course content you submit for review. At times, the Academy may receive multiple course proposals at the same time that may require additional time to review. If additional time will be required, the Academy will notify the author accordingly.
Stage 3 | Author Receives Results
The author receives results. If the author passes the initial review round, the author can proceed to Stage 4. If the course proposal does not pass, the author will receive a notice to revise their proposal and/or course content following the respective time frames listed above (i.e. <2 hour course, submit revisions within 1-2 weeks) and author returns to Stage 2 (see above). To request an extension, the author can contact Aika Barzhaxynova at email@example.com. Our team is here to help you succeed and all recommendations and feedback are meant to improve your course and reinforce it with evidence.
Stage 4 | Author Contract & Course Launch
Please see your respective instructions below depending the type of course proposal you submitted.
Live In-Person Courses
Webinar Courses (Live Online) and On-Demand Online Courses (Pre-Recorded Online)
Step 5 | Profit Share Distribution
After the course is scheduled and executed, the Academy pays the course author (you) a profit share remuneration or flat honorarium depending on the agreement you choose to sign.
Option 1: 60-40 Profit Share
If the author selects the Profit Share option, the author retains 60% of net revenue and the Academy retains 40% of net revenue. Net revenue is the revenue that remains after costs have been subtracted from the gross revenue. Costs may include standardized patient models, meeting space rental cost, supplies and equipment, printing, shipping, webinar hosting fees and any other administrative fees. The more registrants sign up for the course, the higher the revenue share for the author.
Option 2: Flat Honorarium
If the author selects the Honorarium option, the author gets paid a flat honorarium based on the number of contact hours instructed. Whether submitting an on-demand pre-recorded course, live webinar or in-person course, the author and Academy discuss the flat honorarium amount and the minimum participants needed for the course to be a success.
What does the Academy do with its revenue share?
The Academy supports many projects within the organization that focus on advancing the pelvic health physical therapy profession, research and practice. Aside from the revenue share helping to cover costs (administration, customer service, registration, accounting, learning management technology, CRM fees and marketing), the Academy distributes the rest of its revenue share to support a variety of initiatives and services:
Collaboration through your course proposal fuels efforts to advance education accessibility, increase our public presence in the world and drive our profession to new heights!
Evidence Update (Every 3 Years)
At the 2 year mark of the course being offered, the author will receive a reminder notice to review and revise course content to reflect the latest evidence and references prior to submitting the course for review again. The Evidence Update Review will take a shorter time than the initial course proposal submission. Revised course content will be uploaded at the 3-year mark.
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