Massage Ethics - Moving Forward
This course approved for 3 credits hours by NCBTMB
The subject of Ethics, as it pertains to allied health professions, has become associated
with a few specific topic areas, to the exclusion of important thinking and cognitive skills.
Certainly issues such as appropriate relationships and privacy are important, but the subject
of ethics shouldn’t stop there.
Modern culture presents the health professional with challenges unique to contemporary America.
Health Ethics presents the professional with skills to address present issues such as health care reform, social media, and filtering information propagated through various formats.Critical thinking and the Scientific Method are emphasized, along with several paradigms for making challenging decisions.These methods will be applied to vital contemporary obstacles as well as traditional issues.Health Ethics presents an updated, comprehensive approach to facing the day by day situations of our profession.
Professor James Menz is a highly sought after instructor and has taught thousands of students in his career and mentored hundreds of others.
His practical and humor infused approach to teaching has enabled his students to reach their greater potential and ultimate career goals. Whether you are just beginning your journey in Allied Health or enhancing your current experience Professor Menz is here to help you succeed.
James holds a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from California University in Pennsylvania, as well asPost Master’s certification in Rehabilitation Science. He is a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Massage Therapist.
James serves as Professor at several colleges where he created and instructed certification level courses in massage therapy and personal fitness training. He instructs courses in nutrition and health care careers, which are delivered in traditional, online and hybrid formats.