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Research-track courses at the 2012 AMTA National Convention

Aug. 13,  Evanston Ill. – The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) is excited to be a part of the 2012 AMTA National Convention taking place October 3-6, 2012, in Raleigh, North Carolina. You can choose one or more of several MTF research track continuing education courses from the courses available at the convention.

August 20, 2012  By Massage Therapy Canada

MTC Research Track CE Courses include:


  • How to Start a Massage Research Club at Your School
    (Instructor: Beth McNeill, CMT, NCTMB);
  • Using Research to Market
    Your Massage Therapy Practice
    (Instructor: Laura Allen, NCTMB);
  • Mission Possible: Become a
    Massage Therapy Researcher
    (Panelists: Jerrilynn Cambron, DC, MPH, Ph.D.; Niki
    Munk, Ph.D.; Katie Stewart, LMT, RCST);  and
  • Research on Chronic Pain (Instructor: Diana
    Thompson, LMT).



You can
also register for the post-convention workshop the proceeds from which will
benefit the Massage Therapy Foundation!

more information on these and other courses, workshops and events available at
the convention,  please visit 2012 AMTA National Convention.

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