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Transcript: other places a PRT can work: -Local Community Service Centers (CLSC) -Long-term Care Facilities (CHSLD) -Rehabilitation Centres -Private physical therapy clinics -Private homes Level of impairment: Patient with a disorder or condition other than those provided for in paragraph 1, 2 or 3. *information taken from OPPQ category chart What are the 2 possible prerequisites a PRT needs before consulting a patient? What are the similarities between a PT and PRT? law 94m) Additional information? List of problems, treatment objectives and contraindications or precautions *information taken from OPPQ category chart OPPQ (ordre proffesionnel de la physitherapie du Quebec) Patient with: a)an orthopedic or rheumatic disorder that interferes with normal growth; b)a neurological disorder affecting an adult with no intensive period of functional rehabilitation or for which the intensive period of functional rehabilitation has ended; c) a chronic and controlled respiratory disorder; d)a peripheral vascular disorder; e) a skin disorder, pressure ulcer or burns, except a serious burn; f) a geriatric profile the condition of which requires an investigation. Level of impairment: Patient with an orthopedic or rheumatic disorder that does not interfere with normal growth. Protect the public What are the differences between a PT and PRT? What are 3 examples of facilities a PRT can work in after graduating? In the OPPQ, who monitors the professional practice of its members and what do they look our for? For any additional information please visit the OPPQ website at: https://oppq.qc.ca/en/ *information taken from OPPQ category chart PRT's responsibilities: Apply the means of treatment prescribed by the referring professional. If you would like to follow along with the questions on tonight's episode *with additional information for curious minds Category 2 Any additional information? - list of problems other reserved acts: - assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability - make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act - introduce an instrument or a finger in the human body beyond the labia majora or anal margin - use invasive forms of energy - provide treatment for wounds - make decisions as to the use of restraint measures; By regulating and monitoring the practice of professional activities What are 3 reserved acts for the oppq members that PRTs are not permitted to do? More information on patient categories - Perform spinal and joint manipulations - Introduce instruments or finger beyond pharynx or nasal vestibule - Decide whether to use restraint measures or not Describe a category 1 patient *information taken from OPPQ category chart - Physiotherapist - Physiotherapy technologist - Physiotherapy assistant PRT's responsibility: Determine the list of problems, treatment objectives and contraindications or precautions, make decisions regarding the means of treatment and provide the treatment. a patient with loss of autonomy, who requires rehabilitation to regain autonomy or learn how to be independent again By: Ryan Pittman, Savannah Sbrega, Penelope Saunders, Sabrina Buermans , Elodie Perrin, Marie-Soleil Lebrun - Same order - Both provide physiotherapy services Category 3 Category 1 How do they enforce this role? 1) Hospitals 2) Short-term care facilities 3) Clinics Category 4 Additional information? List of problems, treatment objectives, contraindications or precautions and means of treatment Any additional information required? - none - Education: PRT: 3 year cegep program vs. PT: masters in university - Direct access: PRT needs prerequisites to asses a patient - Scope of practice: A PRT cannot diagnose PRT's responsibilities: Make decisions regarding the means of treatment and provide the treatment. What order are PRTs and PTs part of? The scope of practice of a PRT is defined by which law? PRT's responsibilities: Contribute to the development of the list of problems, determine treatment objectives and contraindications or precautions, make decisions regarding the means of treatment and provide the treatment. Name the 7 competencies from the competency profile for a PRT? What are the 3 physiotherapy professionals recognized in Canada? What is the role of this order? - advocate - communicator - professional - collaborator - expert - scholar practitioner - manager Family Feud Level of impairment: Patient suffering from an impairment for which an established loss of autonomy or sequelae require rehabilitation to maintain a level of autonomy or recover functional autonomy - Medical diagnosis with all pertinent medical information (not limited to symptoms) - Full evaluation performed by physiotherapist - The professional inspection committee investigates the professional practice of the member - The syndic investigates offenses against the code of ethics

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