Registration is now open!!!
What’s the Brain got to do with it?
Connecting the dots: Hand Therapy 2.0
The 24th Annual Education Conference
April 27-28th, 2019
Happy Hour (space is limited) on Friday April 26th from 6 to 9 pm
Hilton Anatole Hotel and Conference Center
Any question about the conference please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please make sure to let us know if the name showing at registration is yours (in case your employer registers for your or your spouse), if you have changed your last name or if your credentials have changed from last year. Email email@example.com
- Make sure to select ONE concurrent session during the registration process
- A HAPPY HOUR RSVP will be sent via eblast and will be reserved for the first 100 people to sign-up. Be on the lookout for the Happy Hour invite!!
Join us with your posters at the 2019 Conference in Dallas!!!!!
Poster Abstract Submission is now open.
Submission is easy following a simple application form:
Submit a poster of your latest discovery, charity work, idea or research
Monetary prize awarded for the Best Scientific Poster and the Best Clinical Poster !!
Poster topics should focus on the assessment, treatment, orthotic fabrication/design, and clinical reasoning for management of the upper extremity.
Deadline is February 24th, 2019. Any inquiries please email Enrique Smith-Forbes, PhD, OTR, CHT at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any inquiries, please email email@example.com
TSHT address: PO Box 6615 Alamo Heights, TX 78209
The Mission of TSHT: The mission of the Texas Society for Hand Therapy is charitable, educational, and scientific, as defined in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including but not limited to the promotion of education, research and advancement of science in the field of hand therapy. The Corporation intends to fulfill its mission through communication, education, research and the establishment of clinical standards. We seek to bring hand therapists and colleagues in the medical community together providing the opportunity to maintain highest methodologies in the clinic while creating new innovative ways to treat patients, blending evidence based science and art. Ultimately, our goal is to provide a platform for hand therapists to maintain clinical standards and independent status in healthcare, keeping awareness with our policy makers, and advocating ethical fees for service.