Professionalism- Free CEU for Social Workers

treatment-cloudCORNERSTONES OF CARE: PROFESSIONALISM– The effective delivery of dialysis treatment requires each clinician be skilled in multiple areas. Whereas most renal professionals receive training regarding the clinical aspects of the initiation, monitoring, and discontinuation of a dialysis treatment, less attention is paid to other important issues associated with effective care. Specifically, the issue of Professionalism has been demonstrated to be a critical component in the delivery of a successful health care experience.
Participants will be able to describe four critical elements associated with being a professional.
Participants will be able to describe the relationship between medical ethics and professionalism.
Participants will be able to describe the relationship between boundaries and professionalism and be able to identify boundary violations.

1.0 Free CEUs for Social Workers

Expires 4/30/17

american kidney fund

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2 Responses to Professionalism- Free CEU for Social Workers

  1. deborah george says:

    how do I ensure that I receive a free ceu for this article.. where do I log… or where do I report that I have read this?

    • freeceus says:

      Click on the hyperlinked course title, it will take you to our social worker page of free courses currently available. The “Professionalism” course is sponsored by the American Kidney Fund and is still available free of charge. Find it on the bulletin board and click on the title to take the course. The AKF will issue you a certificate after you pass the post test.

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