Ethics & Jurisprudence

Saturday, January 11, 2014 (9:00 AM - 1:15 PM)

This program is now FULL.
Additional session on 18 January 2014 (register here)

(Members only up to 1/3/2014, non-members from 1/4/2014 onwards)

For other E&J courses, please refer to the NJ State Board of PT Examiners here.

LAST CHANCE ETHICS & NJ JURISPRUDENCE BEFORE THE END OF THE LICENSURE PERIOD, ENDING 31 JANUARY 2014

Presented by:

  • Nancy Kirsch, PT, DPT, PhD (if you registered before/on 12/6/2013)
  • Lee Ann Guenther, PT, MS (if you registered after 12/6/2013)

At CentraState, Freehold, NJ (detailed map here)
Saturday 11 January, 2014 - 9:00 AM - 1:15 PM
(snowdate Sunday 12 January - same time/location)


8:00 AM: REGISTRATION. Continental Breakfast + Exibits

9:00 AM: CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM

1:15 - Close



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Target Audience: Licensed PT/PTA
Instructional Level: Intermediate

This program fulfills the New Jersey State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners requirement for continuing education as it applies to physical therapy ethics and New Jersey jurisprudence.

The portion of the program on ethics will emphasize scenario discussion and case resolution utilizing an ethical decision making framework. Participants will discuss cases and incorporate ethical decision-making models with clinical decision-making. Case scenarios will be presented covering real issues that confront physical therapy professionals.

The second portion of the course will discuss New Jersey jurisprudence. In addition to presenting the new and most often questioned rules & regulations there will be time for questions to clarify how the Board of Physical Therapy Examiners interprets the rules & regulations in New Jersey.

At the conclusion of this program the participants will earn 4 CE credits and be able to:

  • Apply the principles of ethical decision making to an ethical situation presented;
  • Determine the realm, individual process, and ethical situation in a problem presented;
  • Distinguish between the approaches to ethical decision making;
  • Develop a response to an ethical situation utilizing an ethical decision making model;
  • Identify the new rules & regulations governing PT practice in New Jersey;
  • Apply the rules & regulations to situations presented; differentiate between the statute and the rules & regulations governing practice in New Jersey.

Breakfast included


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