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Intro to Prof Test 1

Intro to Professional Development (Test #1)

APTA's 7 core values 1. accountability, 2. altruism, 3. compassion/caring, 4. excellence, 5. integrity, 6. professional duty, 7. social responsibility
5 roles of PT patient/client management, consultation, education, research, administration
6 key elements of Vision 2020 doctors (DPT), practitioners of choice, direct access, autonomous practice, evidence-based practice, professionalism
CV: accountability active acceptance of responsibility for diverse roles, obligations, and actions
CV: altruism devotion to interests of client
CV: compassion/caring empathy and valuing the needs of others
CV: excellence use of current knowledge and theory in PT practice
CV: integrity adherence to high ethical principles or professional standards
CV: professional duty commitment to meeting one's obligations
CV: social responsibility promotion of trust b/w profession and public
Who invented the "professionalism wheel"? For what purpose? Dixon - invented as a framework for understanding core values/behaviors
3 parts of the "professionalism wheel": Hub (core values), spokes (skills), rubber/tire (behaviors we exhibit)
Mary McMillan The first PT, founded the AWPA (American women's physiotherapeutic association; now the APTA)
Majorie Bouve and Marguerite Sanderson founded the Boston School of Physical Education
WWI -> (PT development) First reconstruction aids trained
James Mennell published Physical Treatment by Movement, Manipulation, and Massage (1917)
Mary McMillan published Massage and Therapeutic Exercise (1919)
First 4-yr BS program for PT NYU (1927)
Emma Vogel set up war emergency training course
Who published "Muscles, Testing and Function"? Florence and Henry Kendall (1949)
Jane Walter Venzke Founder of PT program at Notre Dame College and FPU
The Guide to Physical Therapy Practice was adopted in... (what year?) 2000
In 1980 the HOD set 1991 as the target year for raising ed standards in PT to... Masters level
"Triad that led to PT" massage, hydrotherapy, excercise
Polio epidemic (~years) 1890s-mid 1900s
Major PT development during WWII military set up emergency traning for PTs, and post WWII -> women's med specialist corps
PT education standards (years + changes) 1928 (9-month program after PE/nursing), 1960s (BA/BS), 1990-2002 (MA/MS),
Values "consciously chosen needs-based goals that function as guiding principles"
Morals "specific behavioral guidelines formed by society to sustain social values"
Morality "all of society's morals"
Ethics "branch of philosophy focusing on morality as an ideal"
Rights of patients in PT practice Right to life, right to autonomy, right to health care
Ethical obligations for PTs non-maleficence, beneficence, respect autonomy, justice, fidelity, respect for life, veracity
RIPS stands for Realm-Individaul Process-Situation
Kidder developed the RIPS model, and Tests for Right vs Wrong
4 steps of RIPS 1. define ethical issue, 2. reflect, 3. decide action, 4. implement and reassess
3 realms of ethics (RIPS) individual, organizational/instutional, society
Tests for Right vs Wrong (Kidder) (Kidder) legal test (illegal?), stench test, front-page test, parent test, ethical violation test (violate APTA docs?)
Utilitarianism (JS Mill) greatest good, ends justify means
Rules-based Deontology (Kant) right/wrong on principle
Care-Based/Golden Rule Do unto others what you would like them to do to you
Individual process What you/others are required to do to perform an action (ethical decision)
3 types of individual process moral sensitivity, moral judgement, moral motivation, and moral courage
Moral sensitivity recognize situation
Moral judgement right vs wrong
Moral motivation moral values above other values
Moral courage courage to act
5 ethical situations issue/problem, dilemma, distress, temptation, silence
Issue/problem values are challenged
Dilemma right vs right
Distress Right action block by a barrier
Temptation right vs tempting wrong
Silence no one is addressing the wrong
Created by: cbaweiss



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