Thursday, April 03, 2014 Reorganized APTA Resource Provides Ethics Information Making an ethical decision or evaluating the ethics of a colleague's action requires careful consideration of facts and circumstances that can vary dramatically from one situation to the next. It can be a complicated process for any practitioner, particularly when opinions on ethics can differ, but familiarity with ethical decision-making can help—that's the thinking behind a reorganized APTA members-only offering that collects all of PT in Motion's "Ethics in Practice" articles into one easy-to-access webpage. The articles, a regular column of the monthly APTA member magazine and written by Nancy R. Kirsch, PT, DPT, PhD, tackle current and complex ethical issues as they appear in real-world practice. APTA's webpage organizes the articles by topic as well as by their relationship to provisions in the Code of Ethics for the Physical Therapist and Standards of Ethical Conduct for the Physical Therapist Assistant. The page also includes links to articles that guide readers through an ethical decision-making process.