Obtaining Consent

- in Chiropractic Practice -

Great decision to take a look at this material.

Getting consent right is absolutely fundamental in running an ethical practice, quite apart from keeping you away from the Professional Conduct Committee.

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Back to those certificates, however.  They're brilliantly designed to meet your CPD needs: they list the date, the time spent on the learning, whether it was Learning With Others or Learning by Oneself, and they show all the relevant Chiropractic Code Principles.  Oh, and for good measure, they also show any relevant NICE Guidelines!

If communication and consent - now a compulsory element of your Continuing Professional Development  - has been covered, this is highlighted. too.

Even better, we draft a statement of reflection for you to use in formulating your own thoughts, and you can add this to your certificate.

All this is to save you time when it comes to compiling your records at the end of your CPD cycle.  You can download certificates as you go along if you really want to, or you can leave them in your APM Profile until you need them.  You will always be able to access them (and find them!) when needed.