Dr. Regina (Reggie) Harbourne, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, was recently recognized by the APTA as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow. Not only is Reggie the first Duquesne PT faculty member to ever earn this prestigious honor, but she now also is a member of a very elite group; less than 200 physical therapists have ever gained this highest level of professional distinction.
The Catherine Worthingham Fellows of the American Physical Therapy Association (FAPTA), the association's highest membership category, 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.
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