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Legal problems begin when there is a breach of duty of care. In other words, someone had to do something and they didn’t. Or, someone should not have done something and they did.
The legal obligations of Medical Receptionists are based on a duty of care. This course will help to navigate around the legal issues concerning Receptionists in General Practice.
- This course is a self-learning, fully online activity.
- The purpose of this course is to provide an update to the existing staff at the practice or can be used as part of the orientation process.
- You will receive a Certificate at the end of the course.
- The course is not accredited.
- This course is free of charge to anyone.
- You need to register at www.courses.generalpracticetraining.com.au when you enrol for the course. It is also free of charge. We will never ask you for your credit card details and any payments. Advertisements around this website help us cover some of the course costs and keep it free for you.
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Section 1Introduction. Legal obligations of Medical Receptionists.
Lecture 2Practice points
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