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2 Credit Medical Errors CE Program - PDF Format
2 Credit Medical Errors CE Program - PDF Format

Medical Error Prevention for Mental Health Professionals - CE Program (PDF FORMAT) - 2 Credits/Hours

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Order Code :MECEP
PLEASE NOTE: This is a PDF version* of this CE program available for download. A link to the download will be included in an email sent to you once your order is submitted. You will be required to print out the answer sheet, registration, evaluation, and CE Broker forms. The completed forms can be faxed, emailed, or mailed to PRP for scoring.

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Medical Error Prevention for Mental Health Professionals - CE Program (self-contained packet)

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• Complete monograph-based CE Program (monograph & CE test module)
• PDF Format
• Also available in self-contained packet or as an Online Course

This 2-credit, 20 question monograph-based CE program by Terry S. Proeger, PhD, addresses some of the most common situations where medical errors might occur in a mental health practice.

This program meets the Florida Board of Psychological Examiners and the Florida Board of Clinical 
Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling requirements for 2 continuing education credits on Medical Errors.


Target Audience
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers

Learning Level
Intermediate

Learning Objectives
  • Explain the frequency and cost of medical errors.
  • Discuss the use of a root cause analysis and safety procedures to reduce or prevent medical errors.
  • List factors which contribute to patient safety.
  • Recognize commonly occurring medical errors in outpatient mental health practices.
  • Practice other strategies to reduce and prevent errors.
About the Author
Terry S. Proeger, PhD, is a psychologist in independent practice in Sarasota, Florida. He previously served as Chief Psychologist at the Sarasota Guidance Clinic. Dr. Proeger received his doctorate from the University of Florida in 1976 and, while at the University, was a Fellow of The Center for Neurobiological Sciences.

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