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Keeping Secrets: Confidentiality, Disclosure and the Duty to Report

Course description

How far will you go to protect yourself, your colleagues, your patients?  Is confession really good for the soul?  This 4 hour course will explore the difficult issues that arise when you become aware of indiscretions of others, and your professional responsibilities and integrity come into conflict with your loyalties.  Federal laws and regulations outlining our duty to report will be presented, followed by group discussions of the related ethical concepts of honesty, loyalty, autonomy, and informed consent, and how they may create conflicts for us in our clinical practice as well as our daily lives.  This presentation meets the 4 hour licensure requirement for Ethics and Jurisprudence.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to:

 

Continuing Education Credit

4 CE hours by the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association #14549. A certificate of attendance will be provided to each participant after verification of successful completion of quiz.

Presenters

Adella Deacon, PT, MPT, JDAdella Deacon, PT, MPT, JD received her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Marquette University in 2003. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2005, also from Marquette University. Dr. Deacon went on to earn her law degree from Chicago-Kent University and graduated with her Juris Doctor in 2011. She is admitted to the Illinois Bar. While pursuing her law degree Dr. Deacon has had experience with health and disability, immigration, construction, labor, property and contract law. Her clinical experience has primarily focused in outpatient orthopaedics where she has worked with a variety of populations. She specializes in sports rehab of high school to professional athletes. She has also practiced in inpatient acute and inpatient rehab settings.

Tina Stoeckmann, PT, DSc, MATina Stoeckmann, PT, DSc, MA is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Marquette University.  She has served on the WPTA Ethics Committee since 2000 including several years as Chair.  She has also been a member of the Southeast Wisconsin Developmental Disability Ethics Committee.  She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the UW – Madison in 1988, a Masters of Arts in Bioethics from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1999, and her DSc in Neurology from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2008.  Her clinical background has been primarily in neurologic rehabilitation, specializing in traumatic brain injury, and she continues to practice clinically at Froedert Hospital on the Neurologic Rehab unit.  Tina has presented to a variety of audiences at the high school, college, and professional levels on ethics topics including rehabilitation ethics, social justice, informed consent, balancing business and professional ethics, and professional boundaries, among others.

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Registration: $75
Discount for MU Alumni $60

No refunds for course fee once email confirmation with access codes sent to registrant.

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