Referrals

Regulator Approved Remedial Courses

Confidential, custom educational solutions to address professional misconduct.

From seemingly innocuous issues, simply needing to be “nipped in the bud”, to more serious issues in need of a comprehensive plan, we will serve as your partner and guide through the process. Drawing from 20 years of experience, we set the standard for impactful, empathic, remedial education.

Why choose PBI?

  • Recidivism rate: ~97% of course graduates studied do not re-offend*
  • Trusted by more than 1,000 organizations, medical executive committees, HR professionals, professional schools, and attorneys
  • Utilized by more than 200 licensing boards, Canadian regulatory colleges, and professional health programs
  • Virtual courses offered monthly make timely interventions convenient and accessible
  • Process-focused approach: participants gain critical insight into why they initially failed to maintain professional behavior, then develop a Personalized Protection Plan to uphold professional conduct moving forward

*Caldicott, CVReducing Recidivism Potential: Experiences from an Education Provider. Administrators in Medicine/Federation of State Medical Boards Joint Spotlight Poster Session, FSMB Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, TX, 2019.


Referral FAQ’s

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What should be included in referral documentation?
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How will I know how the participant did in their course?
What is an AIR Letter? (Accomplishment, Impressions, and Recommendations Letter)
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Course FAQ’s

What are the common causes for referral?
Why should I choose PBI?
Has PBI published any research in the field?
Are faculty are equipped to address the issues I’m referring someone for?
How do I determine which course edition is most appropriate?
Do you offer any post-course follow-up or coaching?
How do you ensure participants are engaged in a virtual course?