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    Default Professionalism in Physical Therapy: History, Practice, and Development

    Professionalism in Physical Therapy: History, Practice, and Development
    Author: Swisher & Page
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    Publisher: Saunders
    ISBN: 1416003142
    Format: PDF
    Size: 1.88 MB

    Product Description
    As the role of the physical therapist widens to include more primary care and diagnostic responsibilities, there is a greater need for a single, up-to-date resource that explores professional roles and developments in this changing field. This new book is the definitive reference on this important topic.

    This concise book provides information on every vital area important to professionalism: documentation, law and ethics, and leadership - all in the context of the five roles of the physical therapist as defined by the APTA's Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, 2nd Edition. Readers will find information on the history of professionalism in physical therapy, the five roles of the physical therapist (Patient/Client Manager, Consultant, Critical Inquirer, Educator, and Administrator), the role of the physical therapist in today's health care system, and professional leadership and development. Case studies, "how to lists" and "tips from the field" encourage critical thinking and provide strategies for various issues. The book also offers tips on preparing a portfolio, determining leadership style, and preparing a professional development plan based on the APTA's five roles.

    Table of Contents
    I. Historical Perspective and Professional Practice Issues
    1. The Physical Therapist as Professional
    2. The History of the Profession
    3. Contemporary Practice Issues
    II. The Five Roles of the Physical Therapist
    4. Physical Therapist as Patient /Client Manager
    5. Physical Therapist as Consultant
    6. Physical Therapist as Critical Inquirer
    7. Physical Therapist as Educator
    8. Physical Therapist as Administrator
    III. The Complex Environment of Health Care and Professional Development
    9. The Organizational, Political, and Cultural Context of Professionalism in the U.S. Health Care System
    10. Professional Development, Leadership, and Exemplary Practice
    11. The Future

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    thanks very good one

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