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Ethical Challenges in Current Physical Therapy Practice: Identification and Moral Resolution (2.5 CEs)


This intermediate level course meets the NJSBPTE 2.5 hours of required ethics instruction.  In a virtual format, participants will revisit foundational ethics concepts, such as the four principles, ethics-related core values, moral decision-making, and the social contract for physical therapy practitioners.  Interactive polling of participants and/or Zoom break-out rooms may be used to enhance group …

APTA Delaware — Delaware Membership Meeting

University of Delaware, STAR Campus Newark

Saturday, October 28, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm University of Delaware STAR Campus, Newark, DE Agenda 3:00 – 3:05 pm I.                 Call to Order – Stephen Rapposelli, President, APTA Delaware II.                Welcome & Moment of Silence III.              President’s Report 3:05 – 3:30 am IV.              Proposed APTA Delaware Bylaws Amendments 3:30 – 3:35 am V.               Treasurer’s Report …

Pathophysiology and its Clinical Implications for Physical Therapy in Children with Cerebral Palsy (2 CEs)

Cerebral Palsy is a common, yet very complex, childhood neurological disorder. This webinar will present current understanding of the pathophysiology of the neurologic and muscle tissue properties that result in weakness in children with CP.  The impact of that pathophysiology on posture and function, including gait, will be discussed.  Principles of treatment will be presented …