This webinar brings together a panel of experts to explore common legal issues within clinical education. Specifically, a case-based approach will be used to discuss:
-How to be confident that you can dismiss a student.
-Legal issues around common accommodations in clinical education.
The panel addresses participant questions related to contemporary issues in PT clinical education, such as: criminal background checks, telehealth supervision, medical/legal marijuana use, COVID (exposure and vaccine; potential resultant delayed graduation and legal ramifications).
Target audience: PT educators, Academic Faculty, Clinical Educators, and Clinical Instructors.
-Identify when it is necessary to reach out to general counsel and when it is not.
-Be able to explain the importance of policy and procedure in clinical education.
-Be able to justify the University’s stance on marijuana use and ability to participate in the clinic (including in states where there is legal use).
-Be confident that the institution is in appropriate legal standing when dismissing a student.
-Be able to revise/draft your current policy and procedures based on what are considered reasonable accommodations in clinical education.
-Jen Becnel-Guzzo, JD, University of Delaware, Deputy General Counsel
-Maria Cusson, PT, JD, Quinnipiac University, Director of Clinical Education
-Anne Jannarone, MEd, EdS, Georgia Tech, Director of Disability Services
-Patrick Pabian, DPT, PhD, University of Central Florida, Program Director
-Ellen Wruble, PT, DScPT, University of Delaware, Program Director
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