Patten Receives APTA’s Highest Honor

Published: April 11th, 2016

Category: News

Carolynn Patten_2016Carolynn Patten, PT, PhD, Associate Professor, has been named as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association. The Worthingham Fellow is the highest honor among APTA’s membership category and holds the purpose to inspire all physical therapists to attain the highest level of professional excellence and impact in terms of advancing the profession. The award is named in honor of Catherine Worthingham, a visionary leader and agent of change who led the profession in advocacy, education, practice, and research.  Patten joins this elite circle of awardees, recognized as the best and brightest in the physical therapy profession, at  an awards ceremony conducted by the APTA Board of Directors at the NEXT Conference and Exposition being held in Nashville, TN in June.
Read more about the award here: http://phhp.ufl.edu/2016/04/28/carolynn-patten-receives-aptas-highest-honor/ and here: http://www.apta.org/HonorsAwards/Honors/WorthinghamFellows/