This training resource looks at the role of the chaperone, it’s importance and the practice policies in regard to chaperoning.
The chaperone is present to support the patient and the clinician – hence the image of the team of 3. CQC are very keen to know how practices deal with chaperones in their practice as it is a question of patient safety.
There are real examples in the presentation to encourage discussion and re-enforce the learning.
By the end of the training, all attending should be aware of the importance of the chaperone, how to act as or with one and the practice should have a timescale to develop a practice policy, if there is not already one in place.
This resource has been updated to reflect the use of video consultations.
Feedback from delegates who have attended this training session:
"it was clear, concise and informative"
"very informative and has cleared up a few myths with up to date information"
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