AHTF Blog

Silent Auction Items Still Available

Silent Auction Items Still Available

We have a few remaining items from our 2019 annual meeting silent auction available for a suggested donation. Items will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
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2019 Happy Hour with a Scholar Recap

2019 Happy Hour with a Scholar Recap

As the American Hand Therapy Foundation celebrates its 30th anniversary, we are grateful to our Co-Sponsors, Partners of AHTF, guests and colleagues who supported the AHTF’s 2019 “Happy Hour With a Scholar”! With almost 250 hand therapists...
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Congratulations to the 2019 Grant Award Recipients!

Congratulations to the 2019 Grant Award Recipients!

The American Hand Therapy Foundation (AHTF) has completed the peer reviews for the research grant applications received for the 2019 grant cycle. In recognition of the time and effort required to generate a research proposal, the foundation wishes to announce and...

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GRANT APPLICATION PERIOD NOW OPEN!

GRANT APPLICATION PERIOD NOW OPEN!

The New Year is as good a time to reset and refocus on priorities, be it research, self-development or teaching others. Grant moneys may be available to help you meet your goals! If one of your personal priorities is to implement a clinical or scientific research...

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2018 Happy Hour with a Scholar Event Recap

2018 Happy Hour with a Scholar Event Recap

On Friday, September 21st the American Hand Therapy Foundation (AHTF) honored Joy MacDermid, BScPT, MSc, PhD as their 2018 Scholar. A record number of hand therapists and sponsor guests attended the event which was held during the ASHT Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
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Grant Application Forms For 2018 Are Now Available

Grant Application Forms For 2018 Are Now Available

AHTF 2018 grant application forms are now available. We are extremely pleased to announce substantial increases for most of our 2018 grants. We look forward to receiving your applications. The American Hand Therapy Foundation (AHTF) has the following grants available:...

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