3 Hour CE Course
Learn why medical errors contribute to high health care costs and why it's important to design your massage practice to increase safety for your clients and yourself. This course meets most states' risk management and medical errors requirements.
|Problem Review and Background
|Institute of Medicine Recommendations
|Leadership and Knowledge||0.3 hour
|Identifying and Learning from Errors
|Setting Performance Standards and Expectations
|Implementing Safety Systems
|Recommendations for Massage Therapists and Bodyworkers
|Summary and References||0.3 hour|
|Open-Book Test and Course Evaluation||0.4 hour|
A great learning tool for ANY professional.
Barry Eackloff, LMT, BA
I lost a family member to a medical error in a teaching hospital. Knowing the statics, then taking this course allowed me to believe emotional instinct was right, our health care system needs to be re-evaluated.
Amanda Lea Probus, LMBT
I enjoyed and took a lot away from this course
Logan King, NC
The course was straightforward and very informational.
Madelon Amburg, NCLMT Boston, MA
Short & Sweet - I learned a great deal and it wasn't overwhelming.
Ms. Molly Sweeney, M.S., CMT, Bethesda, MD
Good learning materials, very helpful.
Rosmarie Young-Krieder San Diego, CA
The course was educational and well planned out
Sherrie Wallace, LMT
Great to use in everyday practice for Massage Therapists!
William Laquale, SeeKink Massage Therapy
Timothy Gosney, LMT
Thank you. Very interesting and helpful!
Madia Swicord, LMT
I learned a lot of things I didn't know about.
Chevele Hardiman, LMT, NCTMB
This helped me understand how all entities of govenment work with the board of health.
Diana Forrest, LMT
Very useful information.
Very informative, very well written and clear presentation. I feel like this course will better benefit me and my clients. Thank you!
Sarah Massey, LMT
Performance standards and expectations for health professionals should focus greater attention on patient safety. Health professional licensing bodies should: (1) implement periodic re-examinations and re-licensing of doctors, nurses, and other key providers, based on both competence and knowledge of safety practices and (2) work with certifying and credentialing organizations to develop more effective methods to identify unsafe providers and take action" (Preventing Medical Errors by Sharon Burch, 2007)
Recommendation 7.2 states that health care professional licensing bodies should: