APTA's Awards Committee is seeking 2 members to serve a 2-year term on the Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the APTA Award Subcommittee.
The Awards Committee subcommittees will apply the criteria established by the Board of Directors (Board) for each association honor and award to each nomination received for each award under its purview and make recommendations to the Board regarding award recipients.
The Board’s determined charge for each Awards Committee Subcommittee is:
- Review award nominations* received for each award that falls under the subcommittee's purview against the applicable criteria established by the Board.
- Recommend potential recipients to the Board for final approval.**
- When requested by the Board, review and make recommendations on proposals for new awards applicable to the subcommittee's award category and provide feedback on the utility of the criteria and measurement tools for existing awards within the subcommittee's purview.
- Submit a report to the Board on an annual basis
This subcommittee will review nominations received for the honor of Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (FAPTA), the association’s highest membership category. This honor serves as inspiration for all physical therapists to attain professional excellence. This honor is eligible to APTA physical therapist members or life member physical therapists who have demonstrated unwavering efforts to advance the physical therapy profession for more than 15 years, prior to the time of nomination.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTEES
- Must be a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of APTA
- Must be an APTA member in good standing
This subcommittee meets approximately 2 times per year via conference call in the winter and spring.
More information on this committee may be found on the APTA website.
Note: All APTA appointed groups will conduct their work with the Association Organizational Values
in mind and in the context of 1) APTA’s mission, vision and strategic plan
, and 2) the potential for their work to have implications related to physical therapist assistants, women, diversity, and risk management.