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Reading a Research Article
$45 members / $75 nonmembers 3.0 CE credits Video
To stay current in the massage therapy profession, research literacy is essential. Learn to read, evaluate and critique research, and to adapt these…
Research and Massage Therapy
$45 members / $75 nonmembers 3.0 CE credits
Learn how to evaluate and incorporate research results into your massage therapy practice. By analyzing and participating in current research, you…
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Research on and Treatment of Diabetes
$30 members / $50 nonmembers 2.0 CE credits
Review diabetes research that focuses on new approaches and the science behind them. Take a look at how kidney disease, stress and retinopathy affect…
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