Florida Occupational Therapy Continuing Education

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Florida Laws and Rules: Occupational Therapy
2 Hrs
This course will satisfy the two hours required for laws and rules. Section I will detail the Occupational Therapy Practice Act, or Chap...
This course will satisfy the two hours required for laws and rules. Section I will detail the Occupational Therapy Practice Act, or Chapter 468, Part III. Section II will provide an overview of Chapter 456. Finally, Section III will review Chapter 65B11 of the Florida Administrative Code.
2 Hrs
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Preventing Medical Errors: Patient Safety in Occupational Therapy
2 Hrs
The purpose of this course is to identify common medical errors and causation in occupational therapy practice and identify best practic...
The purpose of this course is to identify common medical errors and causation in occupational therapy practice and identify best practices for the analysis, reduction, and prevention of such errors. Also to explain the Florida Statutes and AOTA Ethics Code and Minimum Standards to prevent medical errors in occupational therapy.
2 Hrs
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Adaptive Equipment (AE) and Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
2 Hrs
Adaptive equipment and durable medical equipment both have their places in the rehabilitative process. Both categories of equipment prov...
Adaptive equipment and durable medical equipment both have their places in the rehabilitative process. Both categories of equipment provide compensatory routes for patients who want to function as well and as independently as possible during their day-to-day lives. The following course material will assist physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) in addressing the numerous barriers to effectively incorporate adaptive equipment (AE) and durable medical equipment (DME) into their patients’ interventions—and eventually into their lives after discharge from services.
2 Hrs
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Cultural Competency
4 Hrs
With this course you will learn how to appreciate diversity and the importance of communication, the tools used to help the physician as...
With this course you will learn how to appreciate diversity and the importance of communication, the tools used to help the physician assess and identify personal attitudes toward cultural differences, and how both race and culture relate to health.
4 Hrs
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Medical Errors
3 Hrs
Medical errors are a silent and largely unseen tragedy. Estimates suggest that medical errors and other instances of preventable harm at...
Medical errors are a silent and largely unseen tragedy. Estimates suggest that medical errors and other instances of preventable harm at hospitals result in the death of 210,000 to 440,000 Americans each year. This course addresses preventable medical errors and provides strategies for nurses in Florida to use to prevent or reduce common errors.
3 Hrs
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Multiple Sclerosis: Physical and Occupational Therapy
2 Hrs
Patients with multiple sclerosis experience a variety of symptoms; it is often difficult to diagnosis because the disease's symptoms f...
Patients with multiple sclerosis experience a variety of symptoms; it is often difficult to diagnosis because the disease’s symptoms frequently mimic other diseases. There are multiple types of MS that will be discussed in this course. A patient’s functional abilities can vary depending on the type of MS that he/she is diagnosed with and how fast the disease progresses. Physical and occupational therapists play a key role in the treatment of patients with MS: It is important for these rehabilitation professionals to understand this disease.
2 Hrs
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Neuro-Developmental Treatment and Neorological Disorders: Research and Resources for OT and PT
2 Hrs
NDT is widely used in the therapy realm for numerous neurological conditions and has revolutionized hands-on clinical work. Physical and...
NDT is widely used in the therapy realm for numerous neurological conditions and has revolutionized hands-on clinical work. Physical and occupational therapists working in various settings and capacities worldwide have incorporated NDT principles and practices into their patients’ treatment sessions. The following course includes the latest resources and research available for physical and occupational therapists regarding NDT.
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Patients with History of Substance Use: OT and PTs Roles and Considerations for Treatment
2 Hrs
The following course provides in-depth information regarding patients with a history of substance use and why they definitely fit within...
The following course provides in-depth information regarding patients with a history of substance use and why they definitely fit within our scope of practice. Aside from adding more to your therapy knowledge base, this course will reduce your hesitations and questions about why these patients are appropriate for OT and PT services.
2 Hrs