Ethics and Professional Issues:
   Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Presented by Rehab Connections   

Description

This workshop meets TWO continuing education requirements, ethics in practice and sexual harassment prevention training, with a focus on key concepts for practical application to clinical practice, such as:

The new CE requirement for sexual harassment prevention training is only 1 hour however considering our many roles with coworkers, patients, and students; challenges to recognizing and reporting misconduct in our variety of settings; and the necessity for integrity and dignity in practice; we believe combining sexual harassment prevention and ethics is important for rehab professionals.

 Scenarios for discussion     Meets new license renewal requirements     Evidence-informed

The PT Administrative Code of our Illinois Physical Therapy Act indicates that 3 hours of PT/PTA continuing education required for licensure renewal "must include content related to the ethical practice of physical therapy" and the Administrative Code of the Illinois Occupational Therapy Practice Act indicates "in each renewal period, one contact hour shall include a course in ethics".

Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Administrative Code
Section 1130.400 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

a) All persons who hold a professional license issued by the Division and are subject to a continuing education requirement shall complete a one-hour course in sexual harassment training. A licensee may count this one hour for completion of this course towards meeting the minimum credit hours required for continuing education.
b) The sexual harassment prevention training course shall only be provided by existing Division-approved continuing education providers or by persons or entities who become Division-approved continuing education providers.
f) Completion of this course shall be a condition of renewing a license. This requirement shall become effective for all applicable license renewals occurring on or after January 1, 2020

Instruction level: Beginner
CE contact hours: 4.0 (IL) *** Duration 3.3 hours
Intended audience: PTs, PTAs, OTs, OTAs, LMTs

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Objectives

By the completion of the workshop you will be able to correctly:

  1. Recognize types of sexual harassment.
  2. Identify the relevant authority and appropriate channels for reporting sexual harassment.
  3. Discuss principles and subprinciples in your professional Code of Ethics related to integrity and dignity in conduct and reporting misconduct in practice.

IMPORTANT! 2-3 days prior to the CE event, you will receive your CE materials and Zoom registration link by email. This gives you the opportunity to preview, download or print, save, and refer back to the information at any time. If you do not receive your CE material please contact us before the day of the course or workshop.

Course Presenter

Sheryl Poremba, PT, CCM
Sheryl focuses on the practical, most direct treatments for her patients to see immediate results.  Her exceptional clinical experience and teaching background enables her to actively involve her patients in their treatment program.  Sheryl has used several key tools/props extensively in acute care, home health, and outpatient settings, including a variety of foam rolls, the Magic Circle, yoga blocks, straps, and STM tools.  She has introduced them to hundreds of clinicians during the last 30 years to help them individualize treatment with every patient.

With a strong foundation in PNF from Northwestern University (PT school) and the Institute of Physical Art, Sheryl has added the Pilates Method and principles of Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons to her rehab, exercise, and movement repertoire.  She has also been incorporating  ... 

Location

Rehab Connections
Education and Training Center
Homer Glen, IL 60491
Phone: (708) 301-9933

Registration: 8:00 am - 8:30 am
Workshop: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm


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Tuition: $108

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After the event and when your Evaluation has been completed you will receive an email containing your Certificate of Attendance indicating the CE contact hours completed.  If you are unable to attend the entire course or workshop, you will receive an amended certificate indicating your actual hours of attendance.

Seating is limited. Please register early!
Registrations are accepted by phone if paying by credit card. For more information about the continuing education offered by Rehab Connections please call (708) 301-9933.

Rehab Connections reserves the right to modify the content and the scheduled speakers when circumstances are beyond our control.

Rehab Connections is an approved continuing education sponsor through the State of Illinois; PT License No: 216-000101; OT License No: 224-000048.

Cancellations:
Registration fee, less a $50 administration fee per session, is refunded if notice of cancellation is received more than 7 days in advance of the course or workshop. Cancellations made less than 7 days in advance of the course or workshop date forfeit the entire tuition fee. Tuition can be transferred to another individual or another course or workshop, one time only. No transfer, refund or credit will be given for cancellation 3 days or less before the workshop or course, or when handouts or other CE materials are available electronically, including but not limited to emailed or downloadable pdf documents.
Rehab Connections reserves the right to cancel the course or workshop up to 3 days prior to the CE event. Rehab Connections will not be responsible for any charges incurred by the registrant due to the cancellation of the CE event, other than the course or workshop tuition.

No transfer, refund or credit will be given for any discounted course or workshop, such as specials, deals, introductory price, group discounts, etc.

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