Speaker provided by NCMIC. This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.
Embedded within the art of Chiropractic, in addition to analysis, diagnosis, technique and treatment, is the art of doctoring. Central to this uniquely human experience is the doctor-patient relationship. The application of the generally recognized elements of a good doctor-patient relationship (e.g., clinical competency, empathy, trust, truthfulness, helpfulness, autonomy, professional boundaries and communication) can lead to improved patient outcomes and quality health care. This lecture will focus on all elements of the doctor-patient encounter with an emphasis on the impact ethical principles have on therapeutic patient communication.
Intercontinental Hotel & Resort
Hotel Main Phone number 787-791-6100 or 1 800-443-2009 and ask for the Internal Reservations Department, available from Monday - Saturday (9:00am - 7:30pm). Room block available until January 3, 2020. Participants may use the name of the group New York Chiropractic College 2020 or Block Code NYC as reference.