Physical Therapy Compact Commission of the Advisory Commission for Physical Therapists
PT and PTA Compact Privilege holders are required to complete a jurisprudence examination within 30 days of purchasing a compact privilege. Click here to print the jurisprudence examination. Once completed, please email it to email@example.com, fax it to 573/751-3166 or mail it to the Missouri Board of Healing Arts, PO Box 4, Jefferson City, MO 65102.
Physical Therapy Compact Commission
Due to the Physical Therapy Compact Commission starting on Monday, July 9th, all new Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant must be fingerprinted through the Missouri State Highway Patrol. To meet this requirement, please follow the instructions that are provided on this form.If you did not find the licensee you were looking for please check the Physical Therapist Compact Commission Verification Webpage to see if the Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant holds a compact privilege in Missouri. For the Physical Therapist Compact Commission Verification Webpage, please "Click Here" .
View up to date information on the Physical Therapy Compact http://ptcompact.org/.
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All licensed physical therapists and physical therapist assistants are required to biennially complete thirty hours (30) hours of acceptable continuing education. Hours must be reported to the Advisory Commission each even-numbered year at the time of renewal. The Federation of State Board of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) offers a free continuing competence resource called aPTitude. This service includes a free tracking tool to assist physical therapist and physical therapy assistant's track completed continuing competency/continuing education (CC/CE) activities. During the audit of CC/CE, licensees may submit the aPTitude report in lieu of each CC/CE certification of completion. To learn more about this free service visit FSBPT's website. https://pt.fsbpt.net/aPTitude/public/info/home.
FSBPT is pleased to announce a new partnership with APTA
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has partnered with us to use aPTitude, a free continuing competence resource that was developed as part of our continuing competence program.
aPTitude is a user-friendly online system that allows licensees and physical therapy licensing boards to track continuing competence and education requirements for license renewal. Course and activity providers are also able to list and manage their activities online. Sharing APTA's Learning Center courses in aPTitude will assist physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy in managing, reporting, and tracking their educational courses.
You can read the full APTA press release on the partnership here.
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