Barbara Gosse, MSOM, L.Ac.
Barbara Grosse earned her Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine at Southwest College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She provides whole person care and education to patients and their care teams with the intent of treating and preventing disease. She enjoys incorporating the patient into the decision-making process regarding their care plan.
A practitioner in NWHSU’s Bloomington Clinic, her professional interests are varied, including whole family care, women’s health, pediatric care, oncology, digestive disorders, and restorative care after medical procedures.
The Vulnerable Patient: Mandated Reporting (2 Safety PDAs)
This course fulfills the 2-hour safety CE guidelines for NCCAOM. We will discuss the definitions of the “vulnerable patient,” provide examples of cases, and illustrate the effects of clinical care and patient outcomes. We will discuss the practical considerations a practitioner must address when treating persons who are vulnerable. We will discuss strategies to address the impact to the practitioner including psychological as well as the potential economic impact. Included in the discussion of vulnerable patients is the definition of mandated reporting. Who is to be reported and how does a practitioner make a report.