PT/OT Ethics Courses
The motto of Let’s Get Ethical: Ethical Boundaries for PTs/OTs is based on moral psychology. Moral psychologists believe that people rely on intuition first and reasoning second in grey ethical situations. People have differing intuition in these grey situations, therefore:
“IT’S OK TO BE GREY”
It refers to the reality that we don’t always have the answers or clear-cut ethical guidance from the APTA and AOTA Code of Ethics. It is ok to be unsure when faced with an ethical dilemma, and it is often unfair to judge other clinicians that make ethical decisions that are different from your ethical judgment as a clinician.
The course is offered both live virtually and on-demand.
It is approved by the New Jersey Board of Physical Therapy and fulfills the 2.5-hour physical therapist ethics CEU requirement. It is also approved by the Ohio Physical Therapy Association, NY Board of Physical Therapy, and the American Occupational Therapy Association. The Objectives of this physical therapy ethics course and occupational therapy ethics course are:
Define ethics and the code of ethics of both the APTA and AOTA in order to practice in a more ethical manner
Analyze the boundaries of ethical principles for physical and occupational therapists in order to help resolve ethical dilemmas in professional practice
Apply the APTA ethical principles to rehab as evidenced through answering case study questions
Apply the AOTA ethical principles to rehab as evidenced through answering case study questions
Here are 2 brief clips from Let’ Get Ethical: Ethical Boundaries for PTs/OTs:
The course is approved for CEUs by the AOTA. The course objectives are:
Define ethics and principles from the AOTA Code of Ethics in order to practice with more ethical clarity
Analyze the boundaries of ethical principles for occupational therapists in order to resolve ethical dilemmas in professional practice
Apply the AOTA ethical principles discussed in the webinar as evidenced through answering case study questions in the webinar
Here is a brief clip from Grey Ethics in Occupational Therapy
If you are looking for an interesting physical therapy ethics CEU online course or an interesting occupational therapy ethics CEU online course? You have come to the right place! Check out our innovative online CEU ethics courses? Don’t settle for the same old boring online CEU ethics courses! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out via email.
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Q: Are your online CEU ethics courses approved for CEUs for PTs and OTs in other states?
A: Let’s Get Ethical: Ethical Boundaries for PTs/OTs is approved by the NJ Board of PT #2110-14, Ohio Physical Therapy Association #21S2571, NY Board of PT, and the AOTA #02517. Many state PT boards require that physical therapists take physical therapy ethics courses every licensing cycle to maintain their professional license. Many state boards also accept course credit from courses that were approved by another state board of PT or a state chapter of the AOTA. Check your state board of PT for verification. Also, the AOTA website states that 37 state boards of occupational therapy accept continuing education credit from an AOTA approved course. Check your state board of OT for verification. Grey Ethics in Occupational Therapy is approved by the AOTA #04040.
Q: Are your virtual live physical therapy ethics courses considered live credits for CEUs?
A: Most states accept live virtual courses as live credit. Check your state board of PT or OT for verification.
Q: Do you offer discounts for groups of clinicians interested in taking your physical therapy course or occupational therapy course?
A: Yes, group rates are offered to clinicians. If you have 20 or more clinicians interested, let’s talk. Send us an email at email@example.com.
Q: Do I have to keep my camera on while attending your live virtual ethics courses?
A: No, however, courses are interactive and therefore demand participation from attendees.