Foundation News - Summer 2012

Basics of Research Literacy – Online CE Course

Learn more about incorporating massage research into your classroom and practice while earning CE credits. The MTF’s Basics of Research Literacy course is an online 6-hour continuing education opportunity that can be taken at your own pace and in your own time. Learn more and register for the Basics of Research Literacy. Groups of five or more who register together receive a discount.

Introducing the MTF Education Toolbar - Free Resources at your Fingertips

The Massage Therapy Foundation’s (MTF) Education Toolbar is the newest MTF program designed to make research more accessible to you and your students. After installing the Education Toolbar on your existing web browser, you will have access to countless research and educational tools at the click of a button. Learn more and download the toolbar now.



The Massage Therapy Foundation at AMTA 2012 National Convention

We are excited to be a part of the 2012 AMTA National Convention, which is taking place October 3-6, 2012, in Raleigh, North Carolina. You can choose from several Research Track CE Courses, or the Post-Convention workshop with Ben Benjamin, The Assessment and Treatment of the Most Common Cervical Injuries, whose proceeds benefit the MTF.

Call for Posters

We are now accepting submissions for Poster Sessions at the 2012 AMTA National Convention. Submission guidelines and resources for creating posters are available on our website. Learn more here.

Golf Outing to benefit the MTF

Join us on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, before the AMTA National Convention for our 2nd annual Golf Outing. Last year’s outing raised more than $9,500 for the Massage Therapy Foundation! We’d like to top that this year and we need your participation to do so. You don’t even have to be a golfer to play, just ask Leslie Young, an MTF Trustee who had a great time last year despite her lack of golfing skills.  Learn all of the details and register on our website.

Call for Abstracts - IMTRC

We are now seeking abstract submissions for the 2013 International Massage Therapy Research Conference – Presented by the Massage Therapy Foundation (IMTRC), to be held in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 25-27, 2013. For the full abstract submission guidelines and to learn more about the conference visit the MTF website. Save the Date - Conference registration will open in October 2012.

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