What to expect from this course
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 have been trained so that they develop the competencies required.
Designed in line with CQC and GMC guidance, subjects covered include:
- What is meant by the term chaperone
- What is an ‘intimate examination’
- Why chaperones need to be present
- The rights of the patient
- The role and responsibilities of the chaperone
- Policy and mechanism for raising concerns
This course is available
On-site 7 days a week, across the UK
Continuous assessment by your instructor
On successful completion of the course, participants will receive a Safe and Sound certificate of attendance, valid for 3 years.