AOTF and PTE, in collaboration with OccupationalTherapy.com, invite PTE Lifetime Members to take an online 90-minute course.
Ethics in Rehabilitation: A Clinical Perspective for Occupational Therapists presented by Kathleen Weissberg, MS, OTR/L
This 90-minute course eligible for CEU credit.
This course will be available at no cost to you from May 6 - 20, 2019, courtesy of AOTF.
To reserve your seat, please RSVP today to email@example.com. You may receive an automated email from OccupationalTherapy.com following your registration. Full instructions on how to take the course will be sent to you about one week prior to the event.
About the course:
Very simply stated, ethics guide the determination of right and wrong in moral life and also extending into professional life. This seminar will review principles of ethics as they relate to occupational therapy practice, will review common ethical dilemmas including fraud and abuse and give participants 2 frameworks to analyze the ethical issue and contextual considerations.
About the Presenter:
Kathleen Weissberg, MS, OTR/L
Ms. Weissberg graduated from D'Youville College in Buffalo, NY with a Master's in Science in Occupational Therapy. She has authored educational articles, publications, CEU seminars and resource manuals on various topics in long-term care including Falls Management and Prevention, Restraint Reduction and Dementia Care. For the past 17+ years, she has worked as a clinical consultant and manager and has trained therapists and nurses on program development strategies. She conducts facility documentation audits and provides programming and compliance oversight to over 200 LTC sites nationwide.