This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.
Humans have exchanged money and goods for sex and slave labor for thousands of years. As societal views have changed over the years, professional and sexual issues in the chiropractic office still have to meet a strict code. Recent events have led to an acute awareness that human trafficking is all around us. The chiropractic practice is unique in that it frequently involves physical contact with patients of all ages. The physician and staff must be aware of professional boundaries while being conscious of victims of human trafficking. A chiropractic office's unique circumstances may lead to situations that challenge legal, practical, and cultural differences between doctors, staff, and patients. This course will give you a better understanding of what professional boundaries and human trafficking are, how to identify a patient or an individual who may be a victim of human trafficking, and how to report the abuse properly. You will be equipped with the resources to help you fight this social dilemma.
THIS COURSE IS NOT VALID FOR CE CREDIT IN NYS