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Physical therapy transverses multiple injuries received in sports, motor vehicular accidents, war, genetics, medical conditions and nature. The cause of injuries vary widely throughout region and culture. Yet there is one constant in all injury, the need for physical therapy. Physical therapy empowered by sound ethical practices.
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A Retrospective Analysis of Ethics Knowledge in Physical Therapy (1970–2000)

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Code of Ethics for Physical Therapist

Code of Ethics for the Physical Therapist

HOD S06-09-07-12 [Amended HOD S06-00-12-23; HOD 06-91-05-05;HOD 06-87-11-17;
HOD 06-81-06-18; HOD 06-78-06-08; HOD 06-78-06-07; HOD 06-77-18-30; HOD 06-77-17-27; Initial HOD 06-73-13-24] [Standard]

Preamble

The Code of Ethics for the Physical Therapist (Code of Ethics) delineates the ethical obligations of all physical therapists as determined by the House of Delegates of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The purposes of this Code of Ethics are to:

Define the ethical principles that form the foundation of physical therapist practice in patient/client management, consultation, edu- cation, research, and administration.

Provide standards of behavior and performance that form the basis of professional accountability to the public.

Provide guidance for physical therapists facing ethical challenges, regardless of their professional roles and responsibilities.

Educate physical therapists, students, other health care professionals, regulators, and the public regarding the core values, ethical prin- ciples, and standards that guide the professional conduct of the physical therapist.

Establish the standards by which the American Physical Therapy Association can determine if a physical therapist has engaged in unethical conduct.

No code of ethics is exhaustive nor can it address every situation. Physical therapists are encouraged to seek additional advice or consulta- tion in instances where the guidance of the Code of Ethics may not be definitive.

This Code of Ethics is built upon the five roles of the physical therapist (management of patients/clients, consultation, education, research, and administration), the core values of the profession, and the multiple realms of ethical action (individual, organizational, and societal). Physical therapist practice is guided by a set of seven core values: accountability, altruism, compassion/caring, excellence, integrity, profes- sional duty, and social responsibility. Throughout the document the primary core values that support specific principles are indicated in parentheses. Unless a specific role is indicated in the principle, the duties and obligations being delineated pertain to the five roles of the physical therapist. Fundamental to the Code of Ethics is the special obligation of physical therapists to empower, educate, and enable those with impairments, activity limitations, participation restrictions, and disabilities to facilitate greater independence, health, wellness, and enhanced quality of life.

Principles

1A. Physical therapists shall act in a respectful manner toward each person regardless of age, gender, race, nationality, reli- gion, ethnicity, social or economic status, sexual orientation, health condition, or disability.

1B. Physicaltherapistsshallrecognizetheirpersonalbiasesand shall not discriminate against others in physical therapist prac- tice, consultation, education, research, and administration.

2A. Physical therapists shall adhere to the core values of the pro- fession and shall act in the best interests of patients/clients over the interests of the physical therapist.

2B. Physicaltherapistsshallprovidephysicaltherapyservices with compassionate and caring behaviors that incorporate the individual and cultural differences of patients/clients.

2C. Physical therapists shall provide the information necessary to allow patients or their surrogates to make informed deci- sions about physical therapy care or participation in clinical research.

2D. Physical therapists shall collaborate with patients/clients to empower them in decisions about their health care.

2E. Physical therapists shall protect confidential patient/ client information and may disclose confidential informa- tion to appropriate authorities only when allowed or as required by law.

3A. Physical therapists shall demonstrate independent and objec- tive professional judgment in the patient’s/client’s best interest in all practice settings.

3B. Physicaltherapistsshalldemonstrateprofessionaljudgment informed by professional standards, evidence (including current literature and established best practice), practitioner experience, and patient/client values.

3C. Physical therapists shall make judgments within their scope of practice and level of expertise and shall communicate with, collaborate with, or refer to peers or other health care profes- sionals when necessary.

3D. Physical therapists shall not engage in conflicts of interest that interfere with professional judgment.

3E. Physicaltherapistsshallprovideappropriatedirectionofand communication with physical therapist assistants and support personnel.

Principle #1: Physical therapists shall respect the inherent dignity and rights of all individuals.

(Core Values: Compassion, Integrity)

Principle #3: Physical therapists shall be accountable for making sound professional judgments.

(Core Values: Excellence, Integrity)

Principle #2: Physical therapists shall be trustworthy and compassionate in addressing the rights and needs of patients/clients.

(Core Values: Altruism, Compassion, Professional Duty)

Principle #4: Physical therapists shall demonstrate integrity in their relationships with patients/clients, families, colleagues, students, research partici- pants, other health care providers, employers, payers, and the public.

(Core Value: Integrity)

4A. Physical therapists shall provide truthful, accurate, and rel- evant information and shall not make misleading represen- tations.

4B. Physical therapists shall not exploit persons over whom they have supervisory, evaluative or other authority (eg, patients/clients, students, supervisees, research participants, or employees).

4C. Physical therapists shall discourage misconduct by health care professionals and report illegal or unethical acts to the relevant authority, when appropriate.

4D. Physical therapists shall report suspected cases of abuse involving children or vulnerable adults to the appropriate authority, subject to law.

4E. Physical therapists shall not engage in any sexual relation- ship with any of their patients/clients, supervisees, or students.

4F. Physical therapists shall not harass anyone verbally, physi- cally, emotionally, or sexually.

5A. Physical therapists shall comply with applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

5B. Physical therapists shall have primary responsibility for supervision of physical therapist assistants and support personnel.

5C. Physical therapists involved in research shall abide by accepted standards governing protection of research participants.

5D. Physical therapists shall encourage colleagues with physical, psychological, or substance-related impairments that may adversely impact their professional responsibilities to seek assistance or counsel.

5E. Physical therapists who have knowledge that a colleague is unable to perform their professional responsibilities with reasonable skill and safety shall report this information to the appropriate authority.

5F. Physical therapists shall provide notice and information about alternatives for obtaining care in the event the physi- cal therapist terminates the provider relationship while the patient/client continues to need physical therapy services.

6A. Physical therapists shall achieve and maintain professional competence.

6B. Physical therapists shall take responsibility for their profes- sional development based on critical self-assessment and reflection on changes in physical therapist practice, educa- tion, health care delivery, and technology.

6C. Physical therapists shall evaluate the strength of evidence and applicability of content presented during professional development activities before integrating the content or techniques into practice.

6D. Physical therapists shall cultivate practice environments that support professional development, lifelong learning, and excellence.

7A. Physical therapists shall promote practice environments that support autonomous and accountable professional judgments.

7B. Physical therapists shall seek remuneration as is deserved and reasonable for physical therapist services.

7C. Physical therapists shall not accept gifts or other consider- ations that influence or give an appearance of influencing their professional judgment.

7D. Physical therapists shall fully disclose any financial interest they have in products or services that they recommend to patients/clients.

7E. Physical therapists shall be aware of charges and shall ensure that documentation and coding for physical therapy ser- vices accurately reflect the nature and extent of the services provided.

7F. Physical therapists shall refrain from employment arrange- ments, or other arrangements, that prevent physical thera- pists from fulfilling professional obligations to patients/ clients.

8A. Physical therapists shall provide pro bono physical therapy services or support organizations that meet the health needs of people who are economically disadvantaged, unin- sured, and underinsured.

8B. Physical therapists shall advocate to reduce health dispari- ties and health care inequities, improve access to health care services, and address the health, wellness, and preventive health care needs of people.

8C. Physical therapists shall be responsible stewards of health care resources and shall avoid overutilization or under- utilization of physical therapy services.

8D. Physical therapists shall educate members of the public about the benefits of physical therapy and the unique role of the physical therapist.

Principle #5: Physical therapists shall fulfill their legal and professional obligations.

(Core Values: Professional Duty, Accountability)

Principle #7: Physical therapists shall promote organizational behaviors and business practices that benefit patients/clients and society.

(Core Values: Integrity, Accountability)

Principle #8: Physical therapists shall participate in efforts to meet the health needs of people locally, nationally, or globally.

(Core Value: Social Responsibility)

Principle #6: Physical therapists shall enhance their expertise through the lifelong acquisition and refinement of knowledge, skills, abilities, and professional behaviors.

(Core Value: Excellence)

 


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The Identification of Ethical Issues in Physical Therapy Practice

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The purpose of this study was to identify current ethical issues facing physical therapists and also ethical issues that may be faced in the future by physical therapists.


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Which sports persons use homeopathy and why?

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Ashley Schafer's curator insight, February 16, 2014 5:35 PM

This was a must add. It hits exactly what is being talked about in the class and really has a great outlook on what exactly ethics means in physical therapy.

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Sports Related Physical Therapy

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Sports Related Physical Therapy. Physical therapists help people recover from injuries and return, free of pain, to their functional daily activities. Therapists working with professional and recreational athletes have a more challenging task.

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Ella Sesar's curator insight, April 17, 2014 1:36 AM

I liked this article because it shows how much physical therapy is needed. I also decided I really want to do this with my life and help people heal from their injuries. 

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Ethical Conscience

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Wounded Veterans Benefit From Occupational and Physical Therapy

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Learn how occupational therapy and physical therapy can help our wounded veterans.

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Sports injuries benefit from a positive mental attitude

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Amanda Standley's curator insight, December 15, 2013 4:11 PM

This article is a good personal ethic message, it talks about how to turn an injury into a positive. Which after you have injured yourself or had surgery sometimes you need to look at the injury in different way.

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Ethics & Professionalism

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Cornerstone Physical Therapy on organized sports

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In today’s society, it appears that the amount of opportunities for our children to participate in organized sports seems endless.

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The Power of Pediatric Physical Therapy:Sophia's Story

This video is about the power of pediatric physical therapy and it features Sophia's story. Visit www.pathways.org for more information.

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Craig Blake's curator insight, April 19, 2015 1:43 AM

Sophia's story is a glowing example of how a child's life can be positively affected through proper care and physical therapy.