In the dynamic world of healthcare, staying updated on best practices is a must. One crucial aspect is ensuring patient consent when third parties are involved in a GP consultation. To address this, General Practice Training offers a free online course: “Prior Consent to Third-Party Presence.”
This course deep-dives into the ethical and practical aspects of the issues of consent. It’s designed for busy healthcare professionals, including general practitioners, nurses, and administrators, without any specific prerequisites. This training covers a narrow area of patient consent for the third-party presence in a GP consultation.
What Will You Learn?
You’ll understand patient consent’s importance, explore ethical dilemmas, master best practices for obtaining and documenting consent, handle challenging situations, and understand patient confidentiality.
Get a Certificate
Upon course completion, you’ll receive a certificate, a valuable addition to your professional profile.
This self-paced online course adapts to your schedule. It offers flexibility, typically taking 10 – 15 minutes, making it accessible for those with limited time.
Accreditation and Recognition
While not formally accredited, this course aligns with industry standards in healthcare consent and patient privacy.
Hear from Others
Healthcare professionals’ feedback from this course highlights its value in enhancing their understanding of consent-related issues.
All you need is an internet connection and a device – be it a computer, tablet, or smartphone – to access the course material.
Connect with Peers
While there’s no official discussion forum, you can engage with fellow learners and healthcare professionals via the comment section below the contents of the course. You can also share insights and experiences related to the course content via social networks.
“Prior Consent to Third-Party Presence” is an accessible resource for healthcare professionals aiming to enhance their knowledge of patient consent and privacy. Enrol now to sharpen your skills in this vital aspect of modern healthcare.