Guidelines for proper ethical conduct for practitioners of Oriental medicine in their patient relationships and business dealings
Approval for CE credit for this five hour course has been granted by the California Acupuncture Board, the state of Florida CE Broker and the NCCAOM
This course, in its four-hour format, was the first ethics course for practitioners of Oriental medicine approved by the NCCAOM.
What you don't know can hurt you greatly when it comes to confidentiality issues, keeping case records, and comments you might make to a patient. Responding improperly in many situations could be very costly. Litigation from someone whose confidentiality was breached would be one example. With awareness and knowledge come greater integrity and security for you and appropriate protection for your patients.
The course met the objectives fully. It was interesting and informative to take this course. I learned several new things from it that I am already integrating into my office policies. It also got me thinking about a whole host of other things that I need to address in my practice. I think it is an excellent way to do continuing education. I did the course sitting at my desk before, during and after my seeing clients at my center. I look forward to doing many more courses. I am very impressed with Jack Daniel’s knowledge, expertise, and teaching style and ability.
Excellent course! I couldn't have been happier with it, and thoroughly enjoyed it – the interaction between you and the students was wonderful. I also learned a great deal and actually changed how I did some things as a result (eg., my patient receipt). I look forward to taking more courses from you and have been sharing that with other acupuncturists in my area. Many thanks!
This course is specifically designed for California-licensed practitioners of Oriental medicine of all backgrounds who are also NCCAOM Diplomates. This version completely satisfies the 4-hour NCCAOM ethics requirement for each four-year renewal cycle. In addition, it can fit perfectly into the California provision for no more than 5 hours of CEU coursework that is not directly related to Oriental medical knowledge. This version of our ethics course, therefore, fits the needs of California licensed, NCCAOM certified, acupuncturists or herbalists very well. Of course, others can also use this course. Its companion course, available through The Whole Circle™, is a four-hour version, designed for all NCCAOM Diplomates for their certification renewals.
While sitting at the computer in the comfort of your home or office, you can download this engaging ethics course now. You will engage with lively question and answer exchanges and active role-playing, dealing with problematic legal and ethical situations. You will increase your knowledge of professional integrity, and security guidelines as a practitioner by learning along with others.
- When you must, and when you cannot, break confidentiality while treating a minor
- What is required of you in keeping case records, and even records of telephone calls
- How a casual remark you may make to a patient could be legally actionable against you
- What to do if you hear negative rumors about a colleague
- What you must do when you receive a subpoena
This course is approved for PDA's (CEU's) by the NCCAOM and the states of California, Florida, Illinois and Texas. The NCCAOM designation for this course is ACHB 319-012. It is given under California Continuing Education Provider Number CEP 592. The state of Florida CE Broker Tracking Number for this course is 20-185671, and is given under Florida Continuing Education Provider Number 50-7646. It is given under Illinois Acupuncture Continuing Education Provider License Number 225.000013.
In order to smooth the way in taking this course, please refer to 'Download Instructions' before ordering this course.
CEU’s (PDA's) Awarded: Five (5)
Running Time: 5 Hours
File size: 35.8 MB