Safety Issues in Oriental Medicine — 2.0 CEU's

$ 27.50 $ 55.00

Welcome to our new NCCAOM-approved Safety course requirement!

Guidelines for a safe workplace for practitioners of Oriental medicine and their patients

As of 1/1/16, TWO HOURS of safety and two hours of ethics are required every four years to be in compliance with the NCCAOM's requirements. This course from The Whole Circle™ has been created to assist you in fulfilling the new NCCAOM Safety course requirement.

Failure to attend to matters of safety in the workplace can hurt you and your patients. This course covers the basics, such as dealing with your patients' bodily fluids, like blood, or with the physical safety of your patients while they move around in your office. Also, first aid considerations if your patient passes out or becomes disoriented. What to do in case of a needle stick or with a 'missing' needle when it comes time to put your used needle into the sharps. It is approved for CEU's in the states of FL, CA, IL and TX. This course also satisfies the 2 hour FL requirement for a 'Medical Errors' course.

This course, specifically designed for practitioners of Oriental medicine, completely satisfies the NCCAOM requirement of two hours of safety every four years. While sitting at the computer in the comfort of your home or office, you can download this engaging safety course now. By simply listening, you will participate with lively question and answer exchanges, dealing with problematic issues relating to the safety of you and your patients and office-mates. You will increase your knowledge of professional safety and security guidelines as a practitioner by learning along with others.

For Example:

  • You will gain knowledge of clear strategies with respect to treating bodily fluids properly
  • What are the best considerations regarding keeping the office safest for patients' mobility
  • How to best review and understand protocols for dealing with emergency medical situations
  • What not to do to prevent misuse of heat lamps, moxibustion and taping needles in place
  • What you must do to insure that workplace conventions are in compliance with OSHA regulations


This course is approved for PDA's (CEU's) by the NCCAOM and the states of California and Texas.  The NCCAOM designation for this course is ACHB 319-111. It is given under California Continuing Education Provider Number CEP 592. It is given under Texas CAE Approved Provider Number CAE00019. In order to smooth the way in taking this course, please refer to 'Download Instructions' before ordering this course.

PDA's Awarded: Two (2)
Running Time: 1:38
File size: 28.9 MB
Please click on this icon to listen to a free sample of this course.