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Ethics in Audiology 2012 Edition Learner Outcomes

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Ethics in Audiology 2012 Edition Learner Outcomes

Module 1

Legal and Ethical Issues in Audiology Practice; Billing and Coding
Chapter 1 and Chapter 7 (.2 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Differentiate between licensure requirements and Code of Ethics principles
  2. Identify common areas that apply to both licensure and an audiologists Code of Ethics
  3. Identify the legal requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Stark Laws, and Federal Anti-Kickback Act

Module 2

Ethics and Professionalism
Chapter 5
(.1 CEUs)

Participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize the professionals responsibility for overseeing staff and their patient communications
  2. Identify appropriate and inappropriate second-opinion practices
  3. Identify key components to professional communication

Module 3

Research Ethics and Ethics of Best Practice
Chapter 9, Appendix 3, and Chapter 11
(.3 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Identify key ethical and legal constructs in research
  2. Recognize the interdependence of research and sound clinical practice
  3. Differentiate between the Declaration of Helsinki, the Belmont Report and the Common Rule

Module 4

Ethics in Academia
Chapter 10
(.2 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Discuss the ethical underpinnings of quality teaching, accurate student evaluation
  2. Discuss issues related to integrity in scholarly activities and student academic dishonesty
  3. Identify areas of conflict of interest within academia

Module 5

Ethics of Preceptorship and Supervision
Chapter 8
(.1 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Recognize legal and ethical considerations in serving as a clinical preceptor
  2. Recognizes the legal and ethical considerations in serving as an employee supervisor

Module 6

Ethical Reporting of Abuse and Neglect
Chapter 6
(.1 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Define child and elder abuse and neglect
  2. Identify situations that require audiologists to report suspected abuse and neglect
  3. Identify the appropriate means of reporting abuse and neglect concerns

Module 7

Analysis of Ethical Dilemmas
Chapter 2 and 13
(.2 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Define ethics, morals and values
  2. Describe different approaches to the analysis of ethical dilemmas and conflicts
  3. Analyze ethical dilemmas

Module 8

Conflict of Interest Considerations
Chapter 3 and Chapter 4, appendix 1 and 2
(.3 CEUs)

The participant will be able to:

  1. Interpret the ethical practice guidelines on limits on ethical relationships with manufacturers
  2. Identify the factors that lead the public to question the ethics of professionals
  3. Recognize how gift giving potentially influences clinicians

Module 9

The Code of Ethics and the Ethical Practice Board
Foreword, Code of Ethics, and Chapter 12
(.1 CEUs)

Participants will be able to:

  1. Describe how a Code of Ethics promotes professionalism
  2. Describe how to report a suspected violation of the Code of Ethics
  3. Identify the steps in the process of deliberation of an ethics complaint
  4. Describe the procedures for reporting a suspected violation