Medical Malpractice Education: Creating a Successful Interprofessional Legal Simulation (1090-003876)
CE Hours: 1.00 Session Type: Prerecorded Educational Courses
Learning Objective 1:
Describe potential barriers at their institution while identifying stakeholders, learners, and educators for the malpractice curriculum
Learning Objective 2:
Identify specific learning objectives for medical malpractice education, and describe different educational methods to successfully implement curricular objectives
Learning Objective 3:
Construct a sample malpractice simulation curriculum to implement at their home institution
This course is an example of a specific scenario, course, or curriculum.
Medical malpractice is a stressful aspect of a healthcare professional’s job, but education on how to face potential litigation is very scarce. This course will highlight ways of overcoming barriers, identifying clear objectives, and implementing an effective training curriculum on medicolegal issues. Attendees can expect to construct a sample curriculum and participate in a dialogue with a panel of simulation and legal experts.
Co-Presenter: Diana Nordlund, DO, Other, Emergency Care Specialists About the co-presenter: Diana Nordlund, DO, JD, FACEP:
Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Dr. Nordlund serves Emergency Care Specialists as Corporate Compliance Officer and as a clinician, as well as the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine as clinical faculty. She is the Treasurer of the Board of Directors of the Michigan College of Emergency Physicians, Chair of MCEP's State Legislative Committee, and a member the Tellers and Medical Legal Committees of the American College of Emergency Physicians. In addition to full-time clinical practice, Dr. Nordlund practices law with Nordlund Hulverson, PLLC.
Disclosure: No financial relationships with ineligible companies.