Boundary Training Sexual It Can't Happen To Me (2 CEs)

Boundary Training (Sexual) It Can’t Happen to Me

Catalog Course # CAT35


This course explores the importance of maintaining professional boundaries in a healthcare office.  Students will learn about the various types of sexual boundary crossings that can occur and their consequences.

This 2-hour course is broken into 1-hour sections. 

Each section has a multiple-choice test, designed to test the knowledge of the lesson, objectives, and section goals.  There are 8 possible points for this course.

Students must successfully answer 3 of the 4 questions correctly to receive completion for that individual section.  Students must attain an overall score of 6 out of 8, which is equivalent to 75% or better to pass the course. 

Students will be allowed to retake the section quiz after re-studying the course material for a minimum of 5 minutes.  

Learning Objectives

1.    Identify ethical issues regarding professional standards of conduct and responsibilities with regard to sexual boundaries in the healthcare office

2.    Define Risk Management.

3.    Identify the different types of sexual misconduct that can occur in an office.

4.    Understand what constitutes unprofessional conduct.

5.    List 8 different types of boundary crossings and how to prevent patient misunderstanding.

6.    Define a normal doctor-to-patient relationship.

7.    Recognize unprofessional conduct, harassment, discrimination, and sexual harassment.  

8.    Discuss the legal, emotional, and financial consequences of boundary crossings. 

9.    Develop professional boundaries.

10.  Understand the factors that State Boards use to investigate any sexual misconduct complaint

11.  Design procedures and policies for their offices to prevent sexual harassment.

12.  Explain how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act applies to a healthcare office and the differences between blatant and disparate impact discrimination.

13.  Design procedures and policies outlining e a prevention intervention and remediation program with regard to harassment, discrimination, and sexual harassment.

14.  Discuss the EEOC’s role in sexual harassment.

15.  Identify who is the supervisor.

16.  Discuss patient dating and the mandatory legal waiting periods.

17.  Write a written code of conduct. 

18. Discuss the two types of sexual harassment and recognize if a hostile work environment exists.


PACE #128

NVCPB #NV26-000

CE Broker #895357

Price: $40