As Part I of this two-part series on sexual harassment discussed, healthcare is a unique culture dealing with vulnerable patients, as well as employees committed to quality patient care. The sexual misconduct gets played out in both overt and covert behaviors which in turn negatively impact the organizational culture. As discussed in Part I, Sexual harassment is a boundary violation and a violation of civil rights law that, if not prevented and intervened upon can result in a variety of negative effects and liability. This webinar will focus on personal and organizational strategies to minimize personal, practice, and hospital liability.
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
1. List the steps to take when sexually harassed by colleagues, visitors, and patients.
2. Define management’s responsibility in the prevention and intervention of harassment and bullying
3. Identify essential training topics to minimize sexual harassment.
4. To explore causes and contributing factors of sexual harassment as a foundation to prevention.
Estimated time to complete this activity is 1 hour.
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