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Becoming a Better Healthcare Provider in Today’s Society (NYCC Spring Webinar Series)

WEBINAR
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 8:00 AM - Wednesday, April 28, 2021 8:00 AM (EDT)
7:30pm-9:30pm
Event Details

Live Webinar Series Schedule

 

Module 1       April 14, 2021        7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Professional Boundaries & Human Trafficking

Mario P. Fucinari D.C., CCSP®, APMP, CPCO, MCS-P

 

Module 2       April 21, 2021    7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

The Impact of Opioid Abuse on Special Populations

Kristina L. Petrocco-Napuli, DC, MS

 

Module 3      April 28, 2021    7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Social Injustice in Healthcare; It's not my Problem

Thomas R. Ventimiglia, DC, FACC

 

Tuition: $175.00 (entire series - payable upon registration)

Additional late registration fee of $25.00 effective as of 4/8/2021

 


Module 1:   Professional Boundaries & Human Trafficking

This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.

Humans have exchanged money and goods for sex and slave labor for thousands of years. As societal views have changed over the years, professional and sexual issues in the chiropractic office still have to meet a strict code. Recent events have led to an acute awareness that human trafficking is all around us. The chiropractic practice is unique in that it frequently involves physical contact with patients of all ages. The physician and staff must be aware of professional boundaries while being conscious of victims of human trafficking. A chiropractic office's unique circumstances may lead to situations that challenge legal, practical, and cultural differences between doctors, staff, and patients. This course will give you a better understanding of what professional boundaries and human trafficking are, how to identify a patient or an individual who may be a victim of human trafficking, and how to report the abuse properly. You will be equipped with the resources to help you fight this social dilemma.

THIS COURSE IS NOT VALID FOR CE CREDIT IN NYS

Instructor: Mario P. Fucinari D.C., CCSP®, APMP, CPCO, MCS-P

 

Module 2:   The Impact of Opioid Abuse on Special Populations

This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.

During this class session Dr. Petrocco-Napuli will discuss the impact of the opioid epidemic on special populations throughout the United States. As this crisis does not discriminate, it is incredibly important that practitioners focus on our varying patient populations such as pediatrics, female health: including pregnancy, geriatrics and veterans. Throughout this class, opioid utilization and the effects on patient centered inter-collaborative care will be discussed with strategies for Monday morning practice.

Instructor: Kristina L. Petrocco-Napuli, DC, MS

 

Module 3: Social Injustice in Healthcare; It's not my Problem

This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.

The chiropractic profession’s integration within the mainstream health care system has resulted in a patient population that is demographically and geographically diverse. Chiropractors provide a substantial amount of care to underserved and rural populations and individuals from many races, ethnicity’s and socioeconomic levels. There is evidence that a broad segment of this population does not enjoy the benefits of a socially justice healthcare system. It may be concluded chiropractors engage with individuals who are subject to theses injustices during the clinical encounter. The Doctor of Chiropractic can address these healthcare injustices by acknowledging and assessing the patients within their practice community and act on that aspect of their professional behavior that may contribute to healthcare injustice.

Instructor: Thomas R. Ventimiglia, DC, FACC

Registration link: https://www.nyccpostgrad.com/series/view/70

 

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Additional Information
Event Contact:
Jessica Sell
Contact Organization:
Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association
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