Prevention of Medical Errors Online Course (2 Hours)
Learn the essentials for preventing medical errors in the psychotherapy field, while knocking out 1 of the REQUIRED COURSES for Florida Licensure Renewal.
Licensure Renewal is March 31, 2017 for Chapter 491 Clinicians (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, & Licensed Clinical Social Workers) so take advantage of this convenient opportunity to get 2 Continuing Educational Units (CEUs) hours out of the way at the convenience of watching them whenever and wherever you want. You can watch them from work on your lunch break or from the comfort of your home in your PJs with a glass of wine. What’s better than that? Registered Intern MFTs, MHCs, & CSWs are welcome too!
This Prevention of Medical Errors Online Course is presented by Kate Campbell, PhD, LMFT and Katie Lemieux, LMFT. Our webinars and online courses are fun, rewarding, interactive, and engaging. This online course will show you:
- Understand the effects of medical errors and how to prevent them in the mental health field.
- Review competent continuity of care and related documentation practices.
- Learn documentation according to best practices in the mental health arena.
***PLUS: 2 CEUs for Florida Chapter 491 Clinicians ONLY: Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, & Licensed Clinical Social Workers***
Hear From Our Students:
“Kate and Katie made their medical errors online course fun and easy to follow. It was informative and examples were on spot with current issues presented by clients. I highly recommend The Private Practice Startup online courses to any new or seasoned practitioner wanting to complete their required CEUs from the comfort of their office or home.”
“There were some helpful reminders about the levels of security that need to be in place for documentation with electronic and paper records as well as some useful scenarios that were reviewed in regards to maintaining confidentiality and responding to vulnerable clients. Its good to know that I’m doing things correctly. I can attribute that to being trained under clinicians that really know their stuff 🙂 such as Kate and Katie, as I’ve had them both for supervisors. Rather than being fearful and anxious of liability issues, I can feel prepared and well equipped with knowing how to handle these situations. That’s a good feeling. Thanks Kate and Katie!”
“Kate and Katie talked to me all day today and I was not bored at all…..I have been listening to them for about 8 hours or so and they are so engaging and good teachers. I am a credentialed teacher as well and super picky about teaching methods. I feel a renewed inspiration to be a good clinician.”
“The interaction between the two presenters was great as well as the sharing of real life experiences they had encountered and what solutions they had used. This was the first time I’ve had a CEU course on line that felt like real people were presenting versus talking heads.”
“The presenters were entertaining and the information was important. It’s always helpful to be reminded that medical errors include much more than just medications.”
“The Co-Presenters did a nice job working with each other in a very engaging way that took us through all of the material (which can be pretty boring at times). Great job!”