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Ethics in the Treatment of Trauma Survivors


Description
INSTRUCTOR:
Alaine Duncan, LAc

CREDITS:
5 PDA/CEU Points (NCCAOM, CA, FL AND TX)
CA Provider # is 0619. This is a Category 1 Distance Learning Course.
This provides 5 NCCAOM Ethics PDA Points

This program explores the ethical principles that are important to consider when working with trauma survivors. It presents a foundation for understanding the physiological psycho-emotional and energetic dynamics of trauma from the perspective of neuro-biology and Five-Element Chinese medicine.
This foundation serves as a departure point for exploring the critical choices a practitioner must make in order to provide ethical treatment for trauma survivors.

With this awareness, practitioners can make situationally appropriate choices with respect to:

- patient consent;
- respecting rights and dignity;
- clinical transparency;
- cultural competency;
- non-discrimination;
- patient privacy;
- appropriate boundaries;
- scope of practice and other areas.
Content
  • Welcome
  • Ethics Video Part 1
  • Ethics Video Part 2
  • Workbook Upload
  • Quiz Intro
  • Course Quiz
  • Course Evaluation
  • Finish
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever