Preventing Sexual Misconduct
The physician-patient relationship has always required mutual trust and confidence. Recognizing and avoiding any type of exploitation is always the responsibility of the physician. With this in mind, it’s a good idea to review exactly what is meant by sexual misconduct, learn to recognize the signs, and understand how it occurs.
Physicians have an ethical and, often, legal obligation to, not only avoid sexual misconduct, but to report it if you suspect a physician colleague or witness anyone else in the medical establishment behaving in an abusive way.
This course educates learners on what is considered sexual misconduct, understand ways to avoid the perception of misconduct, describes the practice of proper care and sensitivity during patient encounters, and describes five ways healthcare providers can reduce potential sexual misconduct liability.
At the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Define “physician sexual misconduct”
- Recall proper care and sensitivity practices during patient encounters
- Determine when to report sexual misconduct
- Follow guidelines to avoid the perception of misconduct
- Reduce the chance of being held liable for unintentional sexual misconduct
- Introduction and Objectives
- Sexual Misconduct
- Reporting Misconduct
- Reducing Potential Liability
Volume Discounts & Course Delivery Options
Volume discounts apply for all Evolve e-Learning safety and compliance courses above 25 learners. Online shoppers can select a healthcare compliance course bundle for even greater savings!
Larger organizations can contact us today to discuss your training needs and for a free course evaluation! We can design the course bundle that meets your specific training requirements and budgetary needs.
You can deliver our courses on your current LMS or Evolve’s hosted LMS for fast implementation.