An Overview of the Entry-Level Analysis Project

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Originally presented at the AMTA 2013 Schools Summit, this session is an overview of the Entry-Level Analysis Project (ELAP). ELAP is a groundbreaking cooperative effort between stakeholders in the massage therapy profession in an effort to further the entire profession in addressing the needs of entry level massage therapy education. This session consists of video content.

ELAP work group members are educational subject matter experts recruited from all over the country to map out a realistic, evidence-informed and quantified description of content and skill qualifications for an entry-level education in massage therapy. The findings and suggested final report will be made available for public review. 

AMTA's Cynthia Ribeiro and Ann Williams, Director of Education for ABMP, will present you with early information on the results of ELAP research. 


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