with Greg SperberSee In Store
This course looks at how to do a proper chart and examines some of the common mistakes made when charting. Based on the instructors experience with medical charting and over 12 years of clinical supervising, seeing all the mistakes and studying what makes a great chart. In addition, this course will discuss medicolegal aspects of SOAP notes as well as the SOAPE note. This course is a must take for anyone who wishes to protect themselves legally as well give the best care to their patients.
Dr. Greg Sperber is an author and also holds a Masters and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He is a professor at PCOM and speaks internationally on TCM business and drug-herb interactions.
with Mary McCulloughSee In Store
Ethics is a balance between passion and caution. This course covers a full spectrum of principles for maintaining an acupuncture/eastern medicine practice, whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned practitioner. We’ll address ethical models in different medical modalities, the patient-practitioner relationship, disclosure, confidentiality, payments, setting up your practice, taking time away or moving your practice, record keeping, sexual attraction, relationships with and covering for other practitioners, advertising, professional surroundings, and your role in the global community, and more - all within a clear and easy through-line that will guide you to success via integrity.
Mary McCullough is an Acupuncturist and Professor. She serves as Senior Faculty member at the Institute of Classical Five Element Acupuncture in California.
Mary McCullough is an Acupuncturist and Professor. She serves as Senior Faculty member at the Institute of Classical Five Element Acupuncture in Calif...