I really enjoyed this course, which I didn't expect to. The speaker kept things interesting, and at a great pace. I really liked the examples, as well as the key phrase to keep boundaries. ~ Gila

Satisfies NCCAOM requirement for 2 PDA in Ethics, Florida “General” hours, CTCMA category D (ethics) and AACMA 2 CPD in Professional Issues.

This course was designed to be super practical and straight forward.

The webinar begins by covering some of the key tenets of ethics in medical practice, those forming the root (foundation) of all the others. Interestingly, these are the aspects of ethics that too often clinicians are least aware of. Then it provides descriptions of some of the more common ethical situations in medical practice, followed by practical and usable tips on how to reduce or handle ethical situations.

Objectives

  • Attendees will learn top, key tenets of ethics in medical practice, forming the root, foundation of all others,
  • Attendees will gain awareness and knowledge of some common ethical situations in medical practice,
  • Attendees will learn and possess practical and usable tips on how to reduce or handle ethical situations,
  • Attendees will have significant opportunity to, and will be encouraged to, initiate and participate in discussion of actual or potential ethical situations and solutions.
This Course Includes:
Ethics
California
California: 
Category 1
Florida
General CEUs: 
2.00
NCCAOM Details
Ethics: 
2.00
Texas Details
Ethics: 
2.00

Amy Sear

Presenter: 

Amy J. Sear, A.P, Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM) is an experienced speaker, and is valued for her organized, practical, and information filled presentations.  She earned a Bachelor degree from Cornell University and completed her Oriental Medicine education from the Acupressure Acupuncture Institute in Miami, FL., where she received awards for outstanding achievement in academics and clinical practice. She teaches at two schools of OM in Florida, has been a CEU provider since 2000, and has been a guest lecturer at many national conferences.  Amy served as President of the Florida State Oriental Medical Association (FSOMA) from 2004 to 2010.

Amy has worked in true Integrative fashion, side by side with noted Breast Oncologists, since 2002, and practices at the Breast Cancer Center(s) of Memorial Cancer Institute in Hollywood and Pembroke Pines, FL. She has a strong background in both Ethics and Safety and brings her years of respected teaching experience to this topic to provide clarity, accuracy and simplicity.

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Course Reviews

overall a great class and learned a lot ~ Katherine

I really enjoyed this course, which I didn't expect to. The speaker kept things interesting, and at a great pace. I really liked the examples, as well as the key phrase to keep boundaries. ~ Gila

This was great and reinforced knowledge that I had forgotten. ~ Elizabeth