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Summary of Last Occupational Therapy Board Meeting and NBCOT Code of Conduct

Occupational Therapy Board Meeting Summary

What was discussed during the last OT board meeting? Find a copy of the meeting minutes ad write a short summary The last board meeting was on July 24th, 2020. The started off by approving the agenda and discussed about the last meeting minutes, making a correction after naming the new chair and vice-chair. The board then discussed and gave feedback on the topics of “online focused wellness group classes” and “performing OT in homes”. Next, they discussed about the draft on Occupational Therapy interstate compact. They then reviewed and discussed about drafting rule language for rule sections, then they reviewed the lists and labels requests. After that, the executive director did a report, then the program manager did another report. The board then discussed the agenda items for future meetings. They then opened the forum for public comment then adjourned.


1)    What is the cost of initial certification (including all fees) and how long does this initial certification last? $555. 3 years.
2)    Find and attach a copy of the NBCOT Candidate/Certificant Code of Conduct.


It is vital that NBCOT certificants conduct their work in a professional manner to earn and maintain the confidence and respect of recipients of occupational therapy, colleagues, employers, students, and the public.As certified professionals in the field of occupational therapy, NBCOT certificants will at all times act with integrity and adhere to high standards for personal and professional conduct, accept responsibility for their actions, both personally and professionally, continually seek to enhance their professional capabilities, practice with competence, fairness, and honesty, abide by all federal, state, and local laws and regulations, and encourage others to act in a professional manner consistent with the Practice Standards and responsibilities set forth below.


Certificants shall provide accurate, truthful, and timely representations to NBCOT, including, but not limited to:
•    The submission of information on the exam application, certification renewal applications, or the renewal audit form;
•    Answers to character review questions and, once certified, the disclosure of any criminal, legal, or other disciplinary matters within 60 days of any such matter;
•    Abiding by all exam related security policies;
•    The submission of information requested by NBCOT for alleged violations of NBCOT's policies, requirements, and standards; or
•    The submission of information regarding his/her credential(s), professional license(s), and/or education.


Certificants who are the subject of a qualifications and compliance review shall cooperate with NBCOT concerning investigations and requests for relevant information.Certificants shall be accurate, truthful, and complete in any and all communications, direct or indirect, with any client, employer, regulatory agency, or other parties as they relate to their professional work, education, professional credentials, research and contributions to the field of occupational therapy.
 
Certificants shall comply with state and/or federal laws, regulations, and statutes governing the practice of occupational therapy Certificants shall not have been convicted of a serious crime.Certificants shall not engage in behavior or conduct, lawful or otherwise that causes them to be, or reasonably perceived to be, a threat or potential threat to the health, well-being, or safety of recipients or potential recipients of occupational therapy services.


Certificants shall not engage in the practice of occupational therapy while one’s ability to practice is impaired due to chemical (i.e., legal and/or illegal) drug or alcohol abuse. Certificants shall not electronically post personal health information or anything, including photos, that may reveal a patient’s/client’s identity or personal or therapeutic relationship. (All statements, regardless of intent, about a patient/client can potentially contain sufficient information for a member of a community to recognize the patient/client thus, violating the state and/or federal law (i.e. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)).

Certificants shall not misuse NBCOT’s intellectual property, certification marks, logos, or other copyrighted materials. This includes all NBCOT exam preparation tools, website or exam content. Disclosure of practice test questions or examination material content, including examination questions, is strictly prohibited.

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