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Frequently Asked Questions

Who should attend your Continuing Education classes?

Our target audience is rehabilitation healthcare providers and students currently enrolled in a rehabilitation healthcare program.

What should I expect to learn?

In accordance with the Georgia Board of Physical Therapy’s Board Rule 490-4-.02, we expect that our continuing education offerings will increase the attendee’s skill, knowledge and competency in areas related to healthcare and rehabilitation services from present levels to those identified in the course’s learning objectives.

Who can receive continuing education units (CEUs) from attending one of your courses?

Emory University’s Division of Physical Therapy is an approved Institution for the provision of Class I continuing education activities by the Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy (Georgia Board of Physical Therapy Board Policy #7). Continuing education contact hours or continuing education units (CEU) may be used to fulfill Georgia requirements for physical therapy or physical therapy assistant licensure renewal.

Unless specifically noted in a particular course, our educational opportunities are not pre-approved by other State Boards, such as the Georgia Board of Occupational Therapy or the Georgia Board of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology. We will provide CEU certificates of attendance for all healthcare professionals who attend our events; however the individual therapist must conduct her own research to determine if the course meets the professional education requirements outlined by her State licensure board.

Where can I go to learn about my professional education requirements?

Licensed therapists may find specifics regarding their professional education requirements from their State’s licensure board. Listed below are links to the State of Georgia’s Licensing Boards:

Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants
Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants
Speech Therapists and Audiologists

How do I get to Emory’s campus?

Driving and parking directions to Emory’s campus are provided in the following pdf file: Driving Directions

Where are your classes located?

Our continuing education courses are typically located in one of the following buildings on Emory’s campus:

  • Emory School of Medicine: 1648 Pierce Drive, NE, Atlanta, GA 30322
  • Center for Rehabilitation Medicine: 1441 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30322
  • Emory’s 1462 Building (“Dental Building”): 1462 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30322

Walking directions to each of these locations is provided in the following pdf file: Walking Directions

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1462 Clifton Rd N.E. Suite 312
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