In this course we will review the decision making process in return to sport with consideration for both the APTA and NATA Code of Ethics. This course will challenge attendees with complicated case examples and uncomfortable, but necessary dialogue regarding the occasionally contradictory roles healthcare professionals have in the return to sport process.
Learning Objectives: By the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
Identify the main roles of the healthcare professional in return to sport decision making
Identify other key stakeholders involved in the care of the athlete.
Develop a framework for guiding the return to sport decision making process.
Apply the Code of Ethics to the return to sport decision making process.
This course is approved for 0.2 CME for Athletic Trainers through the Board of Certification. Approved Provider number P10154. California physical therapists and physical therapist assistants can also claim 0.2 CME for this course, approval number CEC-924.
4:30 - 04:40 Intro
04:40 - 05:00: Defining successful return to sport
05:00 - 05:15: Utilizing the StARRT Framework to guide RTS
05:15 - 05:30: Review and application of APTA and NATA Code of Ethics as they relate to the Return to Sport process
05:30 - 05:45: Defining the roles of multiple stakeholders in the RTS process
05:45 - 06:15: Contextual Factors in the RTS process
06:15 - 06:30: Case Studies/Discussion
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