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Preventing Infant Abductions: What is Your Responsibility?

Preventing Infant Abductions: What is Your Responsibility?

Preventing Infant Abductions: What is Your Responsibility?

Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD
Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD
on behalf of Relias Academy

$30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00

$30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00

$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
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Launch date: 21 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 15 Oct 2018

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Description

Infant abduction is a severe issue that all healthcare facilities must prevent by maintaining a safe environment. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) reported 133 infant abduction cases from healthcare facilities, and about 95% of abductions result in litigation.

This program will provide the CMS and TJC standards on preventing infant and pediatric abductions. Our expert will discuss complying with these standards and highlight five measures healthcare facilities can take to prevent abductions. Additionally, the program will explore the NCMEC’s revised prevention guidelines and infant abduction responses that all hospitals and birthing centers should be familiar with.

An infant abducted from a healthcare facility would be a tragic event for both the parents and the facility, as well as a media nightmare. Make sure your facility is up-to-date on the proper procedures.

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Discuss the components of a good infant and pediatric abduction prevention program, including policies and procedures, training staff and parents, controlling access, and developing a critical incident response plan.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss the components of a good infant and pediatric abduction prevention program, including policies and procedures, training staff and parents, controlling access, and developing a critical incident response plan.
Describe what should be communicated to a mother to minimize the risk of abduction.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe what should be communicated to a mother to minimize the risk of abduction.
Discuss the CMS and TJC standards on infant and pediatric abduction.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss the CMS and TJC standards on infant and pediatric abduction.
Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD

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Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD
on behalf of Relias Academy

Sue is a nurse attorney, medico-legal consultant and long-time educator for nurses, physicians, and other healthcare providers. She is a frequent speaker and is well known across the country in the areas of healthcare law, risk management, and patient safety. She has authored over 100 books and hundreds of articles. For AHC Media, she authored Cracking the Code: Understanding the CMS Hospital CoP Standards on Anesthesia.

Ms. Calloway received her Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, and Doctor of Jurisprudence from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Additionally, she is certified in healthcare risk management by the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management and is the first in the country to be certified in CMS regulatory compliance.

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