American Physical Therapist Association (APTA)

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Principle #5: Physical therapists shall fulfill their legal and professional obligations.
(Core Values: Professional Duty, Accountability)
5A. Physical therapists shall comply with applicable local, state,and federal laws and regulations.
5B. Physical therapists shall have primary responsibility for supervision of physical therapist assistants and support
personnel.
5C. Physical therapists involved in research shall abide by accepted standards governing protection of research participants.
5D. Physical therapists shall encourage colleagues with physical, psychological, or substance-related impairments that may adversely impact their professional responsibilities to seek assistance or counsel.
5E. Physical therapists who have knowledge that a colleague is unable to perform their professional responsibilities with reasonable skill and safety shall report this information to the appropriate authority.
5F. Physical therapists shall provide notice and information about alternatives for obtaining care in the event the physical therapist terminates the provider relationship while the patient/client continues to need physical therapy services.

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Physical therapists shall provide notice and information about alternatives for obtaining care in the event the physical therapist terminates the provider relationship...