According to the GMC and CQC Nigel’s Surgery information, every GP practice should have a chaperone policy in place for the benefit of both patients and staff. Members of staff who undertake a formal chaperone role must be trained in order to develop the necessary competencies required.
This online course is appropriate for all clinical and non-clinical staff wishing to perform the role of a formal chaperone in a health care setting.
- Pre-course stimulation offered as an informative, supplementary document to prepare for the subject (approx. 45 minutes)
- Invitation to attend a live virtual webinar workshop (90 minutes)
- Post-course wrap-up document to check learning, offer further resources, and access evaluation and attendance certificate (approx. 45 minutes)
- To complete the downloadable skills competency at the delegates place of work.
- What is a chaperone?
- Intimate examinations
- Why chaperones need to be present
- Patient’s rights
- Special circumstances
- The role of the chaperone during video consultation
- The role and responsibility of a chaperone
- Raising concerns
- Protocols, policies and competence
You will have access to relevant and up-to-date documents, videos and links on the CMT Clarimed Training website following completion of this course.
Once you have booked onto this course, Clarimed will send a link to the pre-course document and an online access link to the virtual workshop. Once you have attended the workshop, Clarimed will send the post-workshop document link and attendance sheet.
You will receive a digital copy of their certificate via email once they complete the course.