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This course will give an overview of what a chaperone is, why they are needed, and current guidance on the use of chaperones.
At the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
- Describe the role of a chaperone in care and clinical settings
- Understand why a chaperone is sometimes needed
- Describe current guidance on the use of chaperones
- Chaperones – Course Introduction
- What is a Chaperone?
- Why is a Chaperone Needed?
- Children & Young People
- Offering a Chaperone
- Refusing a Chaperone
- Video Consultations
- The Role of the Chaperone
- Patient Records
- Chaperone Training
- Before the Examination
- During & After the Examination
- Additional Considerations and Guidance
- Policies and Procedures
- Signs a Patient is in Distress
- Patients Lacking Capacity
- Specific Considerations
Who is this course for?
This online course has been written at an introductory level 1 for all levels that fit the criteria to take training as part of their role. This includes
- Refresher training
- Knowledge enhancement
It is suitable for the following:
- All individuals who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of chaperones
- Health Care workers
- Nurses, Doctors, Ambulance services, clinical and non-clinical workers
- Social Care Workers including Councils, Carers and Care assistants
- Youth workers including activity leaders, passenger transport and volunteers
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