Ethics and a Chocolate Celebration!


Mercer County Community College is exceedingly proud of the graduates of the Physical Therapist Assistant Program. The class of 2017 was the 20th graduating class from our program! To commemorate this event, we hosted two incredible events in the Conference Center @ Mercer to celebrate with the physical therapy community:

on April 28th we were proud to be able to sponsor

"Physical Therapy Ethics V: What does Ethics have to do with Practice in the Real World?" presented by Nancy R. Kirsch, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA

There were more than 60 PTs and PTAs who were fortunate enough to participate in Dr. Kirsch's lively and informative presentation! Thank you to everyone who helped make this such a successful fundraising event!

This course satisfies the ethics requirement for NJ licensees and Mercer has applied for 2.5 continuing education credits from the NJ State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners.

Back by popular demand, we celebrated with A Chocolate Affair II from 6-8pm April 28th! This was a scholarship event and opportunity to network with peers, indulge in chocolate, participate in silent auction bidding, perhaps win some baskets of Lindt Chocolate to indulge upon but most importantly celebrate and enjoy chocolate among colleagues! Everything served that evening was chocolate!

Thank you everyone who helped make it such a memorable and successful event!