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About SIGs & Clubs

Special Interest Groups and Clubs are a great way to get involved in the world of physical therapy.  Whether you know what area of PT interests you or you want to learn about the different avenues your career may take you down, there is a group for you.  Being a member of a SIG or club will give you access to the resources you want to learn about your area of interest and connect with other students and clinicians currently practicing in the field.

SIGs and club membership requires you be a current Duke DPT student, while some individual events may be open to the public.

SIGs & Clubs Sakai Schedule for Students (requires log-in)


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