Target Audience: Non-clinical staff such as GP receptionists, who may be required to act as a chaperone and need some formal training.
- What Is A Chaperone?
- Guidance On Using Chaperones
- Why Chaperones Are Important
- When Is A Chaperone Required?
- Chaperone Duties
- The Chaperone’s Role
- Chaperoning And Gender
- Special Circumstances
- Suitable Chaperones
- Communicating The Chaperone Policy
- The Patient’s Rights
- Verbal Communication
- Non-verbal Communication
The information in this course has been written in line with guidance from the General Medical Council, the Royal College of Nursing, The Medical Defence Union, The Medical Protection Society, the NHS and the CQC
Access the course on any device including PC, tablet and mobile phone
Appeals to all learning styles with interactive quizzes, video and full audio features
Work at your own pace, testing your knowledge as you progress through the course
Progress is automatically saved so you can take a break and pick up where you left off