Punching people in the face with facts doesn’t work
If only people understood your brilliance and simply accepted your insights. If they would just listen to your undeniable wisdom and recognized that all the information you spout is credible and true. How can they not see my point? Where are they even getting their information from? Have these thoughts, or perhaps milder versions of them, ever crossed your mind? Well, while they are running in your head during a “debate,” the other guy is thinking the exact same thing. We will have far more productive clinical conversations if we seek to understand the others point of view. Ask more questions. Leran their perspective. At this point, we can start layering on the data we came armed with, but only if the other side invites the conversation.
ACAPT PT Job Market Interview
ACAPT's Student Leadership Development Committee interviewed managers, clinicians and recruiters from diverse practice settings across the nation to provide insight on the current and future perspective of the PT job market. This video is the interview of Zach Walston (me) and Lindsay Walston (my wife). We discuss th emarket from our perspective as residency program leaders (I am the coordinator of the PTS ortho program and Lindsay is the director of the PTS neuro program).