Corridor’s Next Generation Training “2 Minute Tour”
Take a tour of our “Next Generation” training due to be released Spring 2022. Updated content from our Subject Matter Experts with a new User Interface that includes real scenarios, interactive quizzes or knowledge checks, and a final exam. Transform good teams into great teams by improving worker “fitness for duty” and creating “safer workspaces” to benefit both employees and employers with Corridor’s online training solutions.
Corridor’s Privacy Awareness Product Demonstration
with Jean L. Eaton & Heather Mooney
Jean L. Eaton Corridor’s Privacy Subject Matter Expert interviews Heather Mooney on how Corridor’s online training keeps clinics, chiropractors, dentists and other healthcare providers current with their obligation to train all employees on the importance of privacy awareness.
Do You Need Privacy Awareness?
Jean Eaton, Corridor’s Privacy Subject Matter Expert, provides insights on why Privacy Awareness is a critical part of a successful healthcare practice.
Can a Patient Access Their Own Health Record?
Jean Eaton, Corridor’s Privacy Subject Matter Expert, clearly outlines what rights patients have to access their own records about themselves. Who does the information belong to, the patient or the healthcare provider? Learn who has a right to the information and who “owns” the documents. This video is ideal for clinic managers, practice managers and healthcare providers in primary care practices; physicians, chiropractors, opticians, dentists, physiotherapists, and many others.
Podcast – Cause Agnostic
What is impairment? What does it mean to drive a car impaired? Kirk and Trevor talk to PJ Barclay CEO of DriveABLE (@DriveABLE). DriveABLE has tools that look a impairment and cognition. But the impairment can be from opioid pain medication, muscle relaxant, lack of sleep, alcohol or cannabis. Legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada changed many things. Let’s talk about impairment and how everyone can stay safe on the roads.
Cannabis and the border — Don’t travel with it.
Canada Border Services