Demonstrate appropriate, effective written, oral and non-verbal communication, which reflects sensitivity and awareness to individual and cultural differences in all aspects of physical therapy services. (AFFECTIVE)
Provide safe, competent interventions and patient education, based on the plan of care established by the PT to minimize risk to the patient, self and others and ensure appropriate patient outcomes. (PSYCHOMOTOR/ COGNITIVE)
Demonstrate clinical problem-solving skills in order to adjust the plan of care established by the PT, provide supervision of the physical therapy aide and work effectively on an interdisciplinary team.(COGNITIVE)(PSYCHOMOTOR/ COGNITIVE)
Provide quality, efficient and cost effective physical therapy services utilizing human and material resources, computer technology and current knowledge of reimbursement and regulatory requirements and state practice acts. (PSYCHOMOTOR AND AFFECTIVE)
Perform data collection techniques as outlined in the plan of care, reported through accurate, timely and legible documentation. (PSYCHOMOTOR)
Participate in professional development based on self-assessment, performance appraisals and demonstration of behaviors reflecting conduct outlined in the Code of Ethics and Guide for Professional Conduct of the APTA.