Ethics in Physical Therapy

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The Ethics in Physical Therapy course is thoughtfully designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the ethical issues commonly encountered in the field of Physical Therapy. The course aims to cultivate professional responsibility, ethical discernment, and decision-making skills considered essential for a Physical Therapist.

Throughout this course, learners will delve into a variety of subjects, including informed consent, confidentiality, honest reporting of research findings, managing conflicts of interest, and patient rights. The course allows students to develop a clear understanding of professional ethical codes and standards in physical therapy practice while examining relevant case scenarios that challenge students to apply ethical and legal principles in real-world situations.

Additionally, this course promotes reflective learning encouraging students to explore their personal values, beliefs, and biases, and understand how these factors can impact their ethical judgment and professional behaviour. By the end of the course, students will have a solid foundation to uphold the integrity of their profession and provide the highest level of ethical care to their patients.

Ideal for both aspiring and practicing therapists, this course is a crucial component in the journey of becoming a well-rounded, ethical, and effective physical therapist.

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