← Test 1 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All accountability (def.) active acceptance of the responsibility for the diverse roles, obligations, and actions of the physical therapist including self-regulations and other behaviors that positively influence pationt/client outcomes, the profession and the health needs of society Alturism (def.) the primary regard for or devotion to the interest of patients/clients, thus assuming the fiduciary responsibility of placing the needs of the pt. ct ahead of the PT self interest Compassion (def.) the desire to identify with or sense something of another's experience; a precursor to caring. Caring (def.) the concern, empathy, and consideration of the needs and values of others Excellence (def.) PT practice that consistently uses current knowledge and theory while understanding personal limits, integrates judgment and the pt/ct perspective, embraces advancement, challenges mediocrity, and works toward development of new knowledge. Integrity (def.) is the possession of and steadfast adherence to high ethical principles or professional standards. Professional Duty (def.) the commitment to meeting one's obligations to provide effective physical therapy services to individual pt/ct, to serve the profession and to positively influence the health of society. Social Responsibility (def.) the promotion of a mutual trust between the profession and the larger public that necessitates responding to societal needs for health and wellness accountability (example) i. Accepting consequences ii. Assuming responsibility for learning and change iii. Responding to pt's needs/goals Altruism (example) i. Placing pt's needs above your own ii. Providing pro-bono services iii. Providing services to underserviced/underrepresented populations Compassion/Caring (example) i. Understanding individuals perspective ii. Advocate for pt's needs iii. Recognizing and refraining for acting on one's own biases Excellence (example) i. Pursuing new evidence to expand knowledge ii. Sharing knowledge with others iii. Engaging in acquisition of new knowledge throughout professional career Integrity (example) i. Abiding by the rules regulations and laws applicableto the rprofession ii. Knowing one's limits and acting accordingly iii. Being trustworthy Professional Duty (example) i. Promote profession of PT ii. Taking pride in profession iii. Mentoring others to realize their potential Social Responsibility (example) i. Promoting community volunteerism ii. Participating in political activism iii. Providing leadership in community Virtue Right/wrong, good bad, value choices, preference in regard to correct human behavior Teleological Consequence oriented, right/wrong based on outcomes or predicted outcomes -life consciousness, pleasure, satisfaction, happiness, truth, Deontological Duty oriented, intrinsic nature rather than situation or consequences. Universal application, unconditional, demands action, people treated as ends not means Divine Command Given by god, golden rule, 10 commandments Ethical dilemma When 2 or more moral reasons come into conflict and it is not obvious to those involved what should be done 4 components of a profession Commitment to public good, advanced expertise and education, independent judgment, social organization and recognition Respect inherent dignity and rights of all individuals Respectful toward each person, recognize personal biases and not discriminate Trustworthy and compassionate in addressing the rights and needs of pt. Act in best interest of pt over that of PTA, provide interventions w/ compassion/caring incorporation individual/cultural differences, provide pt with info regarding interventions, provide only appropriate medical info to authorized people Makes sound decisions in collaborations with PT and w/I laws and regs. Objective decisions in pts best interest, guided by info @ best practice, decisions based on level of competence and consistent with pt values, not engage in conflicts of interest, work under direction/supervision of PT Demonstrate integrity in there relationships w/ pts., families, colleagues ect... Provide truthful, accurate, relevant info, no misleading representations, shall not exploit pts, discourage misconduct and report illegal/unethical acts, report suspected abuse, not engage in sexual acts w/ pts, supervisors or students, shall not harass anyone in any means Fulfill their legal and ethical obligations Comply with applicable regs and laws, ensure quality care and promote safety, abide by accepted standards governing protection of research participants, encourage colleagues to seek help for impairments that may adversely impact their professional responsibilities to seek assistance, report info about colleagues unable to perform responsibilities with reasonable skill/safety Enhance their competence through lifelong acquisition and refinement of knowledge, skills, abilities Achieve and maintain clinical competence, lifelong learning, support proactive environments that support career development, Support organizational behaviors and business practices that benefit pts and society Promote work environments that support ethical/accountable decision-making, not accept gifts, disclose any $ interest they have in products or services recommended to pts, ensure proper documentation, refrain from employment arrangements that prevent fulfilling ethical obligations to pts Participate in efforts to meet the health needs of people locally, natlly, glbly Support organizations that meet health needs of the disadvantaged, un/underinsured, advocate for people w/ disabilities, avoid over/underutilization of PT services, educate members of public of benefits of PT cultural competence Ability to think and behave in ways that enable a member of one culture to work effectively w/ members of another culture some common differences in cultures Timeliness, language, pain, religion, touch and elderly family members Race Genetic commonality Ethnicity Group of people with common cultural beliefs Commitment to learning (example) i. Identifies problems ii. Prioritizes information iii. Applies new information Interpersonal Skills (example) i. Demonstartes interest in pt. ii. Recognizes impact of non-verbal commnication iii. Works effectively with difficult pts. Communications skills (example) i. Uses correct grammar ii. Initiates communication in difficult situatioins iii. Modifies communication to meet needs of different audiences Effective use of time and resources (example) i. Completes assignments in timely fashion ii. Demonstrates flexability iii. Has ability to say "no" Use of Constructive Feedback (example) i. Accepts criticism w/o defensiveness ii. Developes plan of action in response to feedback iii. Seeks feedback from clients Problem solving (example) i. States problems clearly ii. Identifies contributors to problem iii. Implements solutions Professionalism (example) i. Abides by APTA code of Ethics ii. Identifies positive professional role models iii. Demonstrates accountability for professional decisions Responsibility (example) i. Demonstrates dependability ii. Acceps responsibility for actions and outcomes iii. Encourages patient accountability Critical thinking (example) i. Raises relevant questions ii. Formulates new ideas iii. Exhibits openness to contradictory ideas Stress management (example) i. Recongnises stressors or problems ii. Balances professional and personal life iii. Prioritizes multiple commitments Commitment to learning (def) Ability to self assess,correct and direct. Identify needs, source of learning and new knowledge and understanding Interpersonal Skills (def) Ability to interact effectively with pts., families, colleagues, professionals and community to deal effectively with cultural/ethic diversity issues Communications skills (def) Abiliity to communicate effectively for varied audiences and purposes Effective use of time and resources (def) ability to prioritize tasks, complete tasks in reasonable amount of time and balance personal/professional life Use of Constructive Feedback (def) the ability to identify sources and seek out , use and provide feedback for improving personal interaction. Problem solving (def) ability to recognize/define problems, analyze data, develop/implement solutions, and evaluate outcomes Professionalism (def) ability to exhibit appropriate professional conduct and to represent profession effectively Responsibility (def) . ability to fulfill commitments and to be accountable for actions and outcomes. Critical thinking (def) ability to question logically, identify,generate and evaluate elements of logical argument, to recognize and differentiate facts/ illusions, assumption/hidden assumptions, relevant/irrelevant Stress management (def) ability to identify sources of stress and to develop effective coping behaviors Health conditions Diseases, disorders, injuries Body function Physiological functions of body systems Body structure Anatomic parts of body Impairments Problems in function or structure, significatnt deviation or loss Activities Execution of tasks, actions by individual Activites limitation Difficulties individual has executing activities Participation Involvement in life situation Participation restrictions Problems experienced in life situations Environmental factors Situations which lives are led Personal Factors Background, not part of health condition an act established by the federal government HIPPA What law does ADA establish Discrimination against disabled person in hiring process Family medical leave act provides what If employed for 1 year or more and need to take a leave of absence b/c of medical condition, you are entitled to return to a comparable position act involves information on blood born pathogens Occupational Safety and Health Administration agencies that provide accreditation standards JACHO, CORF, APTA commission of Accreditation complaints heard in Civil Law cases TORTs, brought by an individual against another, usually awards are monitary is involved in Criminal law Criminal statutes of state of federal government, can be misdemeanor or felony. TORT Civil liability for patient physical or mental injuries including intentional assult/ battery Quasi-Tort injury to one's reputation or privacy occurs some examples of malpractive liability Abandonment, sexual assult or misconduct, false improsonment, fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress must be shown in order to bring a lawsuit of professional negligence Special duty owed by provider, violation of that duty, causation resulting in injury, damages Primary liability Fault of the practitioner Vicarious liability were aware of situation, knew or should have known it was wrong and did not stop it Risk Management Safety programs, safety inspections, peer review, liability awareness Elements of documentation Authentication, date, time, pt. status report, changes in clinical status, ID specific elements of each intervention provided (frequency, intensity), equipment provided to pt, and response to treatment Incident Report Required documentation of injury, fall, or adverse reaction. Sentinel Event unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury, or the risk thereof. Serious injury specifically includes loss of limb or function.