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Ethics: Topic of money and the therapeutic relationship, specifically fees, billing, gifts, missed sessions, and collections.
Ethics: Topic of money and the therapeutic relationship, specifically fees, billing, gifts, missed sessions, and collections.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Determining fees, dealing with co-pays, sliding scales, missing sessions, collections and bartering.
Ethics: Determining fees, dealing with co-pays, sliding scales, missing sessions, collections and bartering.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: HIPAA- Practice and Confidentiality
Ethics: HIPAA- Practice and Confidentiality
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: A clinician married her patient and tells her story.
Ethics: A clinician married her patient and tells her story.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: The purpose of this module is to describe duties under Mandated Reporting.
Ethics: The purpose of this module is to describe duties under Mandated Reporting.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: A discussion of mandated reporting on abuse and neglect, record keeping, and why we must report.
Ethics: A discussion of mandated reporting on abuse and neglect, record keeping, and why we must report.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Children, parents, chronic illness and terminal illness and ethical disclosure.
Ethics: Children, parents, chronic illness and terminal illness and ethical disclosure.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Medical errors and ethics.
Ethics: Medical errors and ethics.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Medical setting: the right to die; right to live; the right to make those decisions or have your agent make those decisions for you.
Ethics: Medical setting: the right to die; right to live; the right to make those decisions or have your agent make those decisions for you.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: An overview on the subject of sexual misconduct, with basic concepts defined.
Ethics: An overview on the subject of sexual misconduct, with basic concepts defined.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Boundaries and relationships.
Ethics: Boundaries and relationships.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: This module presents psychodynamics of sexual misconduct, and focusing on the therapist, not the patient.
Ethics: This module presents psychodynamics of sexual misconduct, and focusing on the therapist, not the patient.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: The assessing and rehabilitation of therapists who have committed sexual misconduct
Ethics: The assessing and rehabilitation of therapists who have committed sexual misconduct
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: What should we know about self-disclosure?
Ethics: What should we know about self-disclosure?
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Severing legal ties with family and decisions and issues regarding the permanent separation.
Ethics: Severing legal ties with family and decisions and issues regarding the permanent separation.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Rule Ethics combined with common sense.
Ethics: Rule Ethics combined with common sense.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice, The Heart of Helping.
Ethics: Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice, The Heart of Helping.
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Produced by: VeReality
Ethics: A Discussion about money, finances, and fees, as they impact our work.
Ethics: A Discussion about money, finances, and fees, as they impact our work.
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Produced by: VeReality
We all experience feedback in our work and personal lives. When someone shares an opinion about our performance and behavior, it is feedback. When the feedback is negative, we call it criticism. Positive...
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We all experience feedback in our work and personal lives. When someone shares an opinion about our performance and behavior, it is feedback. When the feedback is negative, we call it criticism. Positive feedback is considered praise. Feedback, whether in the form of criticism or praise, is important because it helps us better understand ourselves and make improvements.  Whether we like it or not, our peers, subordinates, and supervisors form opinions of us through our interactions with them. Our willingness to listen to feedback allows us to use it to grow and develop. This course discusses feedback, how to give it, how to receive it, how to ask for it, and how to use it.
We all experience feedback in our work and personal lives. When someone shares an opinion about our performance and behavior, it is feedback. When the feedback is negative, we call it criticism. Positive feedback is considered praise. Feedback, whether in the form of criticism or praise, is important because it helps us better understand ourselves and make improvements.  Whether we like it or not, our peers, subordinates, and supervisors form opinions of us through our interactions with them. Our willingness to listen to feedback allows us to use it to grow and develop. This course discusses feedback, how to give it, how to receive it, how to ask for it, and how to use it.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Business meetings provide the opportunity for groups to gather to discuss, plan, and identify gaps in organizational goals. Groups are more successful than individuals alone when it comes to two important...
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Business meetings provide the opportunity for groups to gather to discuss, plan, and identify gaps in organizational goals. Groups are more successful than individuals alone when it comes to two important steps in the decision-making process: defining the problem and generating alternative solutions. Many studies have shown that groups consistently outperform individuals when it comes to resolving complex tasks. Business meetings provide an opportunity to maximize the benefits of the group process both on a regular schedule and when particular needs arise within the organization. This course discusses the essential elements for planning, conducting, and following-up on business meetings.
Business meetings provide the opportunity for groups to gather to discuss, plan, and identify gaps in organizational goals. Groups are more successful than individuals alone when it comes to two important steps in the decision-making process: defining the problem and generating alternative solutions. Many studies have shown that groups consistently outperform individuals when it comes to resolving complex tasks. Business meetings provide an opportunity to maximize the benefits of the group process both on a regular schedule and when particular needs arise within the organization. This course discusses the essential elements for planning, conducting, and following-up on business meetings.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Este curso proporcionará a los estudiantes competencias en el diseño, implementación y administración de los programas integrales de privacidad y protección de seguridad. El curso también abarca cambios...
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Este curso proporcionará a los estudiantes competencias en el diseño, implementación y administración de los programas integrales de privacidad y protección de seguridad. El curso también abarca cambios importantes en la legislación de HIPAA, promulgada como parte de la aprobación de la Ley de alta tecnología 2009 y 2013 cambios en las reglas finales ómnibus. Este curso cumple con todas las regulaciones de HIPAA / Om nibus federales. This course will provide learners with competency in designing, implementing, and administering comprehensive privacy and security protection programs. The course also covers important changes to the HIPAA legislation, which were enacted as part of the passage of the 2009 HITECH Act and 2013 Omnibus final rule changes. This course meets all HIPAA/Omnibus Federal regulations.
Este curso proporcionará a los estudiantes competencias en el diseño, implementación y administración de los programas integrales de privacidad y protección de seguridad. El curso también abarca cambios importantes en la legislación de HIPAA, promulgada como parte de la aprobación de la Ley de alta tecnología 2009 y 2013 cambios en las reglas finales ómnibus. Este curso cumple con todas las regulaciones de HIPAA / Om nibus federales. This course will provide learners with competency in designing, implementing, and administering comprehensive privacy and security protection programs. The course also covers important changes to the HIPAA legislation, which were enacted as part of the passage of the 2009 HITECH Act and 2013 Omnibus final rule changes. This course meets all HIPAA/Omnibus Federal regulations.
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Produced by: MedTrainer
Interactive journey to teach changes associated with OASIS-C2
Interactive journey to teach changes associated with OASIS-C2
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This course includes an interactive challenge to understand the changes associated with the OASIS-D assessment in home care.
This course includes an interactive challenge to understand the changes associated with the OASIS-D assessment in home care.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Communication is an essential part of our everyday interactions. We enter into this world knowing how to communicate with our parents and caregivers and continue to build our communication skills as we expand...
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Communication is an essential part of our everyday interactions. We enter into this world knowing how to communicate with our parents and caregivers and continue to build our communication skills as we expand our social circles. The challenge in our communication skills development is building our listening skills, as most of us find that talking comes more instinctively. There are many reasons for ineffective listening, but the biggest one is that people have poor listening habits acquired through a lifetime of routine, casual conversations without a significant need for strong listening skills. This means we don’t have those skills honed when we really need them in our personal or work relationships. This course discusses the communication process, explains how people perceive others, and describes ways for people to become better listeners.
Communication is an essential part of our everyday interactions. We enter into this world knowing how to communicate with our parents and caregivers and continue to build our communication skills as we expand our social circles. The challenge in our communication skills development is building our listening skills, as most of us find that talking comes more instinctively. There are many reasons for ineffective listening, but the biggest one is that people have poor listening habits acquired through a lifetime of routine, casual conversations without a significant need for strong listening skills. This means we don’t have those skills honed when we really need them in our personal or work relationships. This course discusses the communication process, explains how people perceive others, and describes ways for people to become better listeners.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Information is strategically valuable to all organizations. It is used by administrators and staff members to make decisions that will influence organizational success. Organizations use several formal,...
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Information is strategically valuable to all organizations. It is used by administrators and staff members to make decisions that will influence organizational success. Organizations use several formal, informal, and one-on-one communication channels to ensure staff members and administrators have access to the information they need when they need it. This course discusses the communication process, the strategic importance of communication management, how information is distributed and protected, and the impact HIPAA has on facility communications.
Information is strategically valuable to all organizations. It is used by administrators and staff members to make decisions that will influence organizational success. Organizations use several formal, informal, and one-on-one communication channels to ensure staff members and administrators have access to the information they need when they need it. This course discusses the communication process, the strategic importance of communication management, how information is distributed and protected, and the impact HIPAA has on facility communications.
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Produced by: Ed4Online