Ethics & Professional Responsibility for PTs & PTAs - ILLINOIS July, 25, 2020
This course is approved for 3 credit hours for PTs and PTAs wishing meet the Illinois ethics requirement for license renewal.
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This Live Virtual Webinar will review the APTA code of ethics and guide to professional conduct required for PT and PTA License renewal in Illinois. This virtual interactive problem-solving course is based on real world examples faced by everyday clinicians, educators, researchers, and business owners. An overview of the RIPS (Realm- Individual Process-Situation) Model of ethical decision making will be presented. Participants will discuss direct ethical decision-making for PTs and PTAs. After a brief presentation, this course will allow for active participation in problem solving via small or large groups.
Intended audience: PTs & PTAs
Virtual Attendance: Participants will register and will be given access to the course page. All participants will be provided with a zoom meeting ID and access code. Please note virtual attendance is considered the same as attending a live course. This Course is approved in Illinois for 3 CE hours. Date: July 25th, 2020 Time: 9a-12p
The participant will be able to:
1. Use the APTA Code of Ethics and APTA Standards of Ethical Conduct for the Physical Therapist Assistant as tools for ethical decision making
2. Describe the relationship of professionalism and ethics. (Foundational Principles)
4. Apply the RIPS Model of Ethical Decision-Making to real world situations
5. Describe common issues and trends that pose ethical concerns faced by clinicians (productivity and billing, scope of practice, clinical internships, NEW: COVID-19, Telehealth, business anti-kickback, etc.)
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Mickey Shah, PT, DSc
Dr. Shah received his Master of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York. After completing his physical therapy education he went on to the University of Maryland to complete his Doctor of Science Degree. Dr. Shah has served as an adjunct clinical professor at Governors State University, Northwestern University and Fox College. He is currently a part-time University Lecturer at Governors State University teaching several courses to entry-level physical therapy students.
Dr. Shah is also the owner/director of GoodLife Physical therapy, an outpatient physical therapy setting primarily seeing patients with orthopedic and vestibular conditions. He also serves as a clinical instructor providing students with real life experience working with patients in the clinic. In 2013, Dr. Shah was awarded the prestigious outstanding clinical supervisor award for his work with students in the clinic. As an adjunct to physical therapy, Dr. Shah received his strength and conditioning certification (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Dr. Shah has worked with various level athletes including those currently playing in the NFL, MLB and NHL, USA Olympic Hockey, NCAA, etc.
Dr. Shah is proud to be certified in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (Cert.MDT). Dr. Shah completed his fellowship in orthopedic manual physical therapy from Daemen College in Buffalo New York and he is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedics through the American Physical Therapy Association Board of Specialties. He is currently in the process of completing the Mckenzie Diploma program.