Custom training and presentations
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”Benjamin Franklin
Over our 18+ years of experience remediating common pitfalls, we have become experts in educating professionals how to best protect their patients. their staff, themself and thus, their organizations. PBI will work with your regulatory agency, association, or organization to design custom learning solutions, share our best practices, and chart a better path forward for your administrative team, clinical, or teaching staff. Contact our staff today for more information.
Health care systems, hospitals, insurance providers, universities, and other organizations: The economic, emotional, and organizational impact of an individual’s boundary issue, ethical crossing, prescribing error, communication breakdown, or other misstep upon your organization is significant. Unaddressed issues result in stressful work environments, costly turnover in staff, and poor clinical or educational outcomes. Allow us to consult with your team and design the online content or organize the in-person presentation that you need to efficiently and successfully address the issues that your clinical or educational teams are struggling with.
Regulatory agencies, boards, professional health programs, and associations: The landscape of remedial education is constantly changing, as are the recommendations for addressing disciplinary issues. How do you know that your current processes are working and are best serving the professionals you work with? Could you be doing more, and is what you are doing as impactful as it can be? Perhaps it is time to consult with our expert team and design an in-person presentation or virtual training. Our nationally recognized faculty with years of experience successfully remediating professionals can share their insights into what we know works. Our recommendations as to how you can improve your processes can help you make a lasting impact on the professionals you work with, and thus the community they serve.
You are not alone. Coaching is an opportunity to discuss one-on-one with an experienced PBI faculty member the specifics of your case and explore personalized strategies for practicing safely.
Learn how to convey to others what you have learned along your journey. It may be the tipping point in acquiring employment or for remaining in the profession in the wake of a disciplinary action.
Build confidence from frank discussion with those that know the obstacles and opportunities that lay ahead. Areas of focus during coaching sessions include:
- Maintaining appropriate boundaries
- Navigating ethical dilemmas
- Improving civility and communication (within teams and with patients)
- Enhancing professionalism
- Burnout and stress management
Coaching sessions are offered in 30 minute blocks of time, at a rate of $150 per 30 minute block. Contact us to schedule an appointment.
Please note that coaching sessions are meant to enhance your education, to offer guidance in the integration of course material into clinical practice, and for refining of one’s stratified protection plan. This may or may not positively impact your particular regulatory case. PBI is a neutral, educational entity and therefore, cannot provide a statement of advocacy for a particular licensee.
We are committed to providing quality courses at competitive rates which are equivalent to many board-ordered courses from other providers. Our courses compare to similar courses from providers like:
- Center for Personalized Education for Professionals (CPEP)
- Physician Assessment and Clinical Education (PACE)
- Case Western
- Western Institute of Legal Medicine (WILM)
- Institute for Medical Quality (IMQ)
- KSTAR Physician Resources
- Florida Medical Association (FMA)
If you see your board-ordered provider here, there’s a good chance PBI offers a comparative course. Check out our course equivalency chart to see if one of our courses could meet your needs or is equivalent to another remedial education provider you are considering.
*If you notice discrepancies on this chart, please contact our staff so we can correct it.