(Satisfies the mandatory requirement for 4 hours of Risk Management or Ethics and 1 hour of Georgia Rules and Law).
Defining the elements of Professionalism in Chiropractic; Professional Responsibility; Professional Autonomy.
Examination of ethical principles and a comparative analysis of morals and ethics.
Ethical issues specific to chiropractic to include documentation, evidence-based practice, confidentiality with respect to patient information, informed consent, implied consent and Good Samaritan laws.
Professional boundary issues specific to chiropractic.
Methodologies to prevent ethical dilemmas during the practice of chiropractic
Georgia Rules and Law