Swisher, Laura Lee
Physical therapy 2010 Aug; 90(8): 1197-200; author reply 200-1
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The Revised APTA Code of Ethics for the Physical Therapist and Standards of Ethical Conduct for the Physical Therapist Assistant: Theory, Purpose, Process, and Significance Swisher, Laura Lee; Hiller, Peggy (2010-05)INTRODUCTION: In June 2009, the House of Delegates (HOD) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) passed a major revision of the APTA Code of Ethics for physical therapists and the Standards of Ethical Conduct ...
Swisher, Laura Lee (2010-06)Although there is extensive literature in other health care fields about the ability to make ethical judgements (moral reasoning), there is a paucity of research addressing the moral reasoning of practising physical ...
Moral Agency as Enacted Justice: A Clinical and Ethical Decision-Making Framework for Responding to Health Inequities and Social Injustice Edwards, Ian; Delany, Clare M; Townsend, Anne F; Swisher, Laura Lee (2011-11)This is the second of 2 companion articles in this issue. The first article explored the clinical and ethical implications of new emphases in physical therapy codes of conduct reflecting the growing evidence regarding the ...