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Florida Occupational Therapy Laws & Rules - 2 Hour

You will need to answer 7 questions correctly to pass the test.
(1) Which of the following statements is TRUE:
(A) The Florida Occupational Therapy Act is a set of rules written by the Occupational Therapy Board
(B) The purpose of Chapter 64B11of the Florida Administrative Code is to define ethical occupational therapy practice.
(C) Occupational therapy laws vary state by state.
(D) The AOTA Code of Ethics defines legal practice for all occupational therapy professionals.
(2) The Florida Board of Occupational Therapy Practice consists of how many OTs, OTAs, and other individuals not connected with OT practice?
(A) 4 OTs, 1 OTA, 2 others
(B) 3 OTs, 2 OTAs, 2 others
(C) 5 OTs, 0 OTAs, 2 others
(D) 4 OTs, 2 OTAs, 1 other
(3) Under which condition is it permissible for an occupational therapy licensee to engage in sexual activity with a patient?
(A) The sexual relationship between the licensee and the patient is consensual.
(B) The patient initiated the sexual relationship
(C) Sexual activity between the licensee and the patient does not include intercourse.
(D) Sexual activity between a licensee and a patient is never permissible.
(4) It is unlawful for a Florida licensed healthcare provider to _________.
(A) Give compensation to others for the referral of patients from them.
(B) Receive compensation from others for the referral of patients to them.
(C) Both A & B are unlawful
(D) Neither A nor B are unlawful
(5) Which of the following is TRUE regarding a licensee's duty to report adverse events?
(A) Every licensed healthcare practitioner shall inform each patient in writing about all adverse incidents.
(B) Notification of outcomes of care that result in harm to the patient shall constitute an acknowledgment of admission of liability.
(C) Notification of outcomes of care that result in harm to the patient may be introduced as evidence against the healthcare practitioner.
(D) None of the above statements is true.
(6) Which of the following is FALSE regarding occupational therapy use of prescription devices?
(A) To use ES, OTs & OTAs must complete 4 hours of didactic training and 5 supervised treatments.
(B) To use US, OTs & OTAs must complete 4 hours of didactic training and 5 supervised treatments
(C) Supervised treatments for ES and US training may be performed under the supervision of a licensed PT or PTA.
(D) Licensees may take online courses to fulfill their didactic or performance training requirement.
(7) Occupational therapy aides must work under the direct supervision of a licensed OT or OTA. Direct supervision is defined as ________.
(A) In the same building.
(B) In the same room.
(C) Within the line of vision.
(D) Within 50 feet.
(8) What is the penalty the first time a licensee fails to complete all their required continuing education during a licensure period?
(A) License revocation and a $2000 fine.
(B) 2 year license probation and $500 fine.
(C) A fine of $50 per deficient hour and completion of twice the number of deficient hours within 90 days.
(D) $100 per week fine until the deficient hours have been completed.
(9) How many hours of real-time interactive continuing education (live webinars, workshops, or conferences, etc.) must be completed each 2 year licensure period?
(A) At least 14 hours
(B) 12 hours maximum
(C) No less than 24 hours
(D) None, real-time interactive courses are not required
(10) Which one of the following is NOT included in the Florida Patient's Bill of Rights and Responsibilities?
(A) A patient has the right to receive a complete copy of their medical record free of charge within 24 hours of their request.
(B) A patient has the right to impartial access to medical treatment regardless of source of payment.
(C) A patient has the right to receive, upon request, prior to treatment, a reasonable estimate of charges for medical care.
(D) A patient is responsible for keeping appointments and, when unable to do so, for notifying the healthcare provider.
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