On April 1, 2019, Bill 21 “An Act to Protect Patients”, came into force in Alberta. As a requirement of Bill 21, all Regulated health care professionals are required to complete mandatory Education.
In collaboration with the AFRHP, Educational resources were developped to meet the requirements of Bill 21.
“Protecting Patients from Sexual Abuse and Misconduct”
This course is a 1-hour course, consisting of three modules, designed for Regulated healthcare professionals.
1. An Introduction to An Act to Protect Patients
2. Preventing Sexual Abuse and Sexual Misconduct
3. When Sexual Abuse and Sexual Misconduct Has Occurred
There is NO tracking available for this course. The course does not allow users to close and return to the course. Please allow sufficient time to fully complete the course.
Upon completion, Members will be required to print a personalized certificate. (IMPORTANT: Pop-ups must be enabled in your browser in order to print the certificate. Once you have closed your browser, you cannot return to print the certificate)
This course must be completed by all regulated members prior to August 1st, 2020. Proof of completion must be uploaded into the Member Management system for verification:
Step 1: log on to www.cdta.ca
Step 2: In the top righthand corner of the screen click on Hello DT _ _ _ _
Step 3: Click on “My CDTA CE Documents”
Step 4: Upload CE certificate, SAVE
This training is required under Provincial Legislation and therefore, Regulated Members who have not completed the course prior to August 1st, 2020, will not be eligible to renew their Practice Permits for the 2021 registration year.
The course is accepted as 1 Technical CE Credit.