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Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy

 
2013 Annual Meeting & Delegate Assembly

October 10-12, 2013

San Antonio, Texas


We are excited to announce that registration has opened for this year’s Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Be sure to go to our Annual Meeting Registration page to: 
  • Register for the meeting  
  • View the agenda
  • View the Council of Board Administrators Forum agenda
  • Learn about our excellent speakers
  • Obtain hotel information 

FSBPT-funded attendees should register

All attendees (even those funded by FSBPT) should register and select their sessions. This ensures that you have a registration packet and personalized agenda waiting for you at the registration desk in San Antonio. 

Registration process 

FSBPT members (members/administrators of member boards and committee members) should enter their FSBPT username and password and click Login

If you don’t know your username/ password, click Forgot Password, enter your email address, click Submit and they will be emailed to you. 

Other registrants should enter their email addresses and click Login.   They will see a note asking them to Register (which they should click) or will receive a registration link via email.

Go to FSBPT 2013 Annual Meeting page.  

Keynote Presentations 

This year, we will present almost 30 sessions on various issues facing regulators. Here are some of the keynote presentations. 

Sexual Boundary Violations: A study of practitioner characteristics

S. Michael Plaut, Ph.D., Formerly Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychology, UNC Wilmington; Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, University of Maryland School of Medicine 

Thirty-four Maryland health professionals referred for tutorial ethics education after being found to have crossed sexual boundaries with patients were studied. The presentation will describe demographic characteristics, violations specified in board orders, sanctions imposed, possible risk factors identified, and consequences for the respondents beyond the sanctions imposed. Incidence of recidivism and behavioral correlates of recidivism will be discussed. Recommendations will be made for determination of effective sanctions and for preventive education, with special attention to various patterns of compliance motivation as well as non-sexual boundary crossings that may be precursors of sexual boundary violations. 

Determining the Truth of a Statement

Mark McClish, President, Advanced Interviewing Concepts 

There are several ways you can phrase a statement. People will always word their statement based on all their knowledge. Therefore, their statement may contain information they did not intend to share. People’s words will betray them. By closely examining a person’s language, you can determine if a person is being truthful or deceptive.

 A four-part series on Fraud and Abuse

Part I: Compliance, Fraud and Abuse; navigating today’s regulatory environment 
Part II: Medicare Fraud – some real cases 
Part III: When do billing issues become regulatory issues? 
Part IV: Moral potency “To Tell or not to tell…what is the question??”

Go to FSBPT 2013 Annual Meeting page

For more information, contact communications@fsbpt.org.

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