An allegation of sexual misconduct is stressful, as well as potentially damaging to your professional and personal life. And even doctors with the best of intentions can find their motives questioned.
Posted in Risk Management on Tuesday, December 12, 2017
That's why all DCs should understand the following aspects of professional boundaries:
- Why the patient—not the doctor—sets the boundaries
- What you should avoid saying to patients to reduce your risk of a malpractice allegation
- How you can identify high-risk situations and patients
- What you should do if you have already violated a professional boundary
NCMIC’s online booklet guides you through the above and more.