Abuse - Child and Elder - Chiropractic Doctor

Abuse - Elder 202
Elder Abuse and Mandatory Reporting

1.0

  • Define abuse and neglect
  • Differentiate the various forms of abuse and neglect
  • Identify the reporting requirements for mandatory reporters
  • Cite resources for obtaining specific state laws and statutes pertaining to elder abuse and neglect
  • Describe the concept of immunity and confidentiality as it relates to elder abuse and neglect
  • List signs of abuse and neglect
  • Explain the appropriate history and examination components in cases of suspected elder abuse and neglect
  • Cite resources for physician, caregiver and patient education

Saporito, DC

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Abuse - Child for PA Mandatory Reporters for Initial Licensure
3.0

  • NOTE:  CE Course #OCEC0002 Approved by PA Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs for Mandatory Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting and counts towards 3 hours of CE
  • Course Updated June 2017
  • Cite statistics on the scope of child abuse in Pennsylvania
  • Define the term child
  • Define the term perpetrator
  • Differentiate the commission of abuse from failure to act
  • Explain the religious exemption to neglect
  • Describe the effects of domestic violence on children in the home
  • Define human trafficking
  • List the risk factors to children / adolescents becoming victims of human trafficking
  • Compare and contrast Child Protective Services and General Protective Services
  • List the responsibilities of the Child Protective Services agencies
  • Explain the goals of General Protective Services
  • Outline the investigative process that occurs once a report is filed
  • Indicate the additional procedures involved when the alleged perpetrator is a school or child services employee
  • Define mandatory reporter and permissive reporter
  • Explain the reporting requirements of mandatory reporters
  • Outline the process of making a report of suspected abuse – Childline
  • Summarize the suspension of privileged communication and the exemptions
  • Define Presumption of Good Faith
  • Explain the granting of immunity to mandatory and permissive reporters
  • List the penalties for failure to report suspected child abuse by mandatory reporters
  • List signs of abuse and neglect
  • Explain the appropriate history and examination components in cases of suspected abuse and neglect
  • Explain the reasons victims do not report abuse
  • Outline the psychological sequelae to abuse during childhood
  • Recognize the DSM-5 criteria for psychiatric conditions associated with victims of abuse
  • Cite resources for patient education

Saporito, DC

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$57.00 USD

Abuse - Child for PA Mandatory Reporters
2.0

  • NOTE:  CE Course #OCEC0001 Approved by PA Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs for Mandatory Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting and counts towards 2 hours of PA license renewal credit
  • Course Updated June 2017
  • Cite statistics on the scope of child abuse in Pennsylvania
  • Define the term child
  • Define the term perpetrator
  • Differentiate the commission of abuse from failure to act
  • Explain the religious exemption to neglect
  • Describe the effects of domestic violence on children in the home
  • Define human trafficking
  • List the risk factors to children / adolescents becoming victims of human trafficking
  • Compare and contrast Child Protective Services and General Protective Services
  • List the responsibilities of the Child Protective Services agencies
  • Explain the goals of General Protective Services
  • Outline the investigative process that occurs once a report is filed
  • Indicate the additional procedures involved when the alleged perpetrator is a school or child services employee
  • Define mandatory reporter and permissive reporter
  • Explain the reporting requirements of mandatory reporters
  • Outline the process of making a report of suspected abuse – Childline
  • Summarize the suspension of privileged communication and the exemptions
  • Define Presumption of Good Faith
  • Explain the granting of immunity to mandatory and permissive reporters
  • List the penalties for failure to report suspected child abuse by mandatory reporters
  • List signs of abuse and neglect
  • Explain the appropriate history and examination components in cases of suspected abuse and neglect
  • Cite resources for patient education

Saporito, DC

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$38.00 USD

Abuse - Child 201a
1.0

  • Summarize the types of interviews: Forensic, Diagnostic, Therapeutic
  • Describe who is involved in the interview process
  • Explain the importance of the medical history
  • Identify reasons for non-disclosure of information by the victim
  • Recognize how family dynamics effect disclosure
  • Indicate how the age and developmental status of the child affects the interview process
  • Describe the proper use of open and closed ended questions
  • List components of the medical history
  • Summarize the responsibilities for disclosure of information
  • Identify safety issues related to the disclosure of confidential information

Saporito, DC

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Abuse - Child 201
Child Abuse and Mandatory Reporting

1.0

  • Define abuse and neglect
  • Differentiate the various forms of abuse
  • Recognize who are mandatory reporters of abuse
  • Identify the reporting requirements for mandatory reporters
  • Cite resources for obtaining specific state laws and statutes pertaining to child abuse and neglect
  • List signs of abuse and neglect
  • Explain the appropriate history and examination components in cases of suspected abuse and neglect
  • Cite resources for patient education
  • Define Mandatory Reporter and Permissive Reporter
  • Explain the term perpetrator as it pertains to child abuse
  • Explain the reporting requirements of mandatory reporters
  • Differentiate Child Protective Services from General Protective Services
  • List the penalties for failure to report suspected child abuse by mandatory reporters

Saporito, DC

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$20.00 USD