Cultural Competence: The Hidden Message AND Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: The Need to Know for Dental Employees and Patients - 3 CEUs - On Demand Webinar
Mandatory CE presented in a thought provoking and engaging live webinar by a dynamic speaker!
A must for all dental professionals and personnel. You may see things differently and change your mind about what you say and what you hear!
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Original date: 10/13/20
Review date: 10/20/20
Expiry date: 10/13/23
Target AudienceAll Dental Team Members
Teaching MethodRecorded Webinar w Interactive Q&A
Course MaterialsDownload (links at bottom of course confirmation). Print handouts for review
Cultural Competency provides insight for the dental healthcare professional on unique verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Participants will be enlightened on how recognizing cues, which are often critical in healthcare decisions and values, impact the treatment and care of patients. This subject serves to promote team cohesiveness in regards to self-awareness, attitudes, beliefs, biases, and behaviors. A variety of teaching methods to engage the participants will be used.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: The Impact on Dental Employees and Patients
Effective Oct.1, 2019, the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) requires employers with more than 3 employees to provide 2 hours of training by January 1, 2021.
This mandated course provides insight on how to identify physical, verbal and visual types of sexual harassment that can occur in the workplace. Discussion includes recognizing scenarios in which sexual harassment results from Quid Pro Quo or how harassment can create a hostile work environment. Inappropriate behaviors, conversations and comments among team members can also create an uncomfortable environment for patients and other personal affiliated with your practice.
It is a critical step for employers to have policies and posters on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace as well provide training for employees on how to recognize and report sexual harassment and understand the importance and protection provided to employees that adhere to guidelines.
Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course participants will:
- Recognize the signs of physical, verbal and visual sexual harassment
- Be able to identify the difference scenarios relating to quid pro quo and hostile work environment
- Gain insight into the need for establishing and adhering to office policies related to sexual harassment in the workplace.
Her recent accomplishment earned her a master's degree in Health and Healing. Cathie is a national lecturer and frequent speaker for PLS on OSHA and Infection Control, HIPAA, Medical Emergencies, CPR and other topics. She is a clinical instructor at Goodwin College and Emergency Care Institute at Bridgeport Hospital.
Cathie is a Core Instructor for PLS and presents continuing education courses to dental offices and study clubs. For information about scheduling a course for your group, contact Joyce Turcotte RDH, M.Ed., email@example.com
Disclosure: The speaker has nothing to disclose
CE Provider: Professional Learning Services, LLC (PLS)
PLS is an ADA CERP recognized provider (11/1/2021 – 12/31/2025). ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by state or provincial Boards of Dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP.
PLS is designated as an approved Provider by the American Academy of Dental Hygiene, Inc (1/1-12/31/21)