Provide two scenarios that demonstrate that you are working within your own scope of practice
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Provide 4 different scenarios.Provide two scenarios that demonstrate that you are working within your own scope of practice. Provide two scenarios that demonstrate clearly examples of not working within your own scope of practice.In each scenario, explain why the situation represents a professional working within their scope of practice or not within their scope of practice.
Physical Therapist in Texas
Below are links for Rules and Practice Acts.
Total 20 Points
16 points (4 points per scenario)
1 point for providing a URL to the scope of practice or state practice act
3 points for writing level
HCA 310 PMI Tucson Scope of Practice Physical Therapist in Texas discussion
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