**Professionalism Module 3: Ethical Compass - INACTIVE

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SPECIAL NOTE:

This course is designed to be viewed in these browsers ONLY: Chrome, IE 10 or 11. It is NOT mobile friendly and will not function properly on a tablet, on EDGE, or in Firefox.

Course Code:

LMS-6A

APTACategory

Category1

cert_CA approval

CPTA2018-19

cert_Insert Up To

No

cert_No IACET

No

cert_NV credit value

0.3

cert_NY approval

Yes

cert_OH approval code

18S0395

cert_OH hours

2.25

cert_OK category

B

cert_OK hours

3

cert_PA DA hours

0

cert_PA Ethics hours

3

cert_PA Gen hours

0

cert_Transcript stmt

No

cert_TX approval

1909019TX

Completion Instructions

To successfully complete this course, you must open and review all lessons and resources in the course. Once you have progressed through the course lessons and resources, you must take an assessment of learning. You are required to complete the assessment with at least 70% accuracy in order to claim CEU credit. You may retake the assessment as many times as you like.

Course level

Basic

Date published

09/22/2015

Date recorded

08/01/2008

Delivery method

Online

Instructor(s)

Dolly Swisher, PT

Learning objectives

After completing this module, you should be able to: Identify the correct ethical term outlined in the scenario, provided with a scenario and a list of ethical terms. Identify definitions of commonly used ethical terminology. Apply the steps of the RIPS model of ethical decision-making to an ethical situation. Determine a course of action in response to an ethical situation presented by a case scenario Identify the correct ethical principle used for each given example of commonly encountered ethical situations in physical therapy.

Other

This course does not meet Texas ethics requirements.

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#Lessons:
1Lesson_Professionalism: Module 3_EthicalCompass
2Assessment_ProfessionalismModule3
Overview
Type:E-Learning Course
Credits:0.3
Credit Categories
Domains:Professionalism, Dolly Swisher, Ethics
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