Pamela Duffy, P.T., Ph.D., OCS, CPC, RP, FAPTA, assistant professor in Global Health and the Master of Public Health program, has been honored by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow. The designation is the highest honor of APTA membership.
Catherine Worthingham, P.T., Ph.D., FAPTA, was an effective, respectful, honest change agent who motivated others to make an impact within the physical therapy profession. She was also a visionary who demonstrated leadership in advocacy, education, practice and research. The designation named in her honor is meant to inspire physical therapists to attain a high level of professional excellence and impact in terms of advancing the profession.
Duffy will be recognized at the APTA Honors and Awards Ceremony on June 12 in Charlotte, North Carolina.