logging in or signing up Ethics and Values of Occupational Therapy benjatchison Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 879 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: January 20, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Ethics and Values of Occupational Therapy: Ethics and Values of Occupational Therapy OT 2020 Orientation to OT Spring 2012 Module 3Session Learning Outcomes: Session Learning Outcomes Understand the importance of professions philosophical base Describe components of the philosophy of occupational therapy State occupational therapy’s view of humankind. Name the values of the profession Describe the client centered approachSession Learning Outcomes: Session Learning Outcomes 6. Identify the seven principles of the OT Code of Ethics 7. Outline the steps to ethical decision making 8. Explain the purpose and implementation of state laws regulating OT 9. Describe the disciplinary processes developed by state regulatory boards and the professional associationPhilosophical Base: Philosophical Base Why Do You Want to Be An OT?OT Philosophy: OT Philosophy How do we view a human being? How do we define “Occupation”? How do we use “Occupation”Core Concepts of OT: Core Concepts of OT HOLISTIC VIEWConcepts of OT: Concepts of OT Humans are active beings; Occupation is important for well beingConcepts of OT : Concepts of OT OCCUPATIONS: BADL, IADL,SELF CARE, EDUCATION, WORK, PLAY/LEISURE AND SOCIAL PARTICIPATION WHO ARE YOU?Concepts of OT: Concepts of OT We Learn by Thinking, Feeling, and DoingCore Concepts of OT : Core Concepts of OT POTENTIAL FOR ADAPTATIONCore Concepts: Core Concepts USE OCCUPATION AS A MEANS TO AN ENDCore Concepts : Core Concepts Based on Humanism: Altruism, Equality, Freedom, Justice, Dignity, Truth, and PrudenceAOTA :CODE OF ETHICS: AOTA :CODE OF ETHICSPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 1 BENEFICIENCEPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 2: NONMALIFICENCEPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 3: AUTONOMY AND CONFIDENTIALITYPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 3: AUTONOMY AND CONFIDENTIALITYPowerPoint Presentation: INFORMED CONSENTPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 4; DUTYPowerPoint Presentation: PUBLIC HEALTH CODE (EXCERPT) Act 368 of 1978 Part 183 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS PRINCIPLE 5: PROCEDURAL JUSTICEPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 6: VERACITYPowerPoint Presentation: PRINCIPLE 7: FIDELITYEthical Problems and Solutions: Ethical Problems and Solutions SEE BOX 7-1: Dave: A Case Application of the Ethical Decision Making Process Gather all Facts Identify the type of problem Complete the Action Clarify Professional Duties Explore Alternatives Evaluate the actionGovernance of Occupational Therapy: Governance of Occupational Therapy Federal HIPPA ADA IDEA Soc Sec Amendments of 1965-Medicare/Medicaid State Insurance industry Health Maintenance Organizations Workers Compensation LicensureDisciplinary Process: Disciplinary Process REPRIMAND CENSURE PROBATION SUSPENSION REVOCATIONIn Summary…: In Summary… Philosophy of OT is personal reflection of morals and ethics OT is driven by our view of humankind Practice is guided by AOTA Code of Ethics Practice is regulated by laws Consequences to not following/adhering to all of these You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.