Tired of boring Ethics PDAs?

Me too! Recently I realized that every four years I was taking the same Ethics PDAs over and over.

Ethics credits tend to be a little dry, repetitive, and let's be honest... boring. 

It's time for a refresh!

In this course I take a totally new approach. 

We're going to talk about what to do (and what to avoid) in your marketing to ensure it's ethical and protects the consumer (your patients).

We even watch a Monty Python skit and review some examples of REALLY BAD marketing(Like what were people thinking?)

What will we cover?

  • Ethics in testimonial collection
  • Ethics of email marketing (including the CAN-SPAM Act)
  • Ethics of digital marketing (including the European Union GDPR)
  • Examples of unethical marketing
  • How to create high-quality, ethical marketing that actually works

You have to complete your Ethics PDAs eventually...

Might as well get it over with AND have a little fun in the process!

My goal was to make this course:

A) Quick and easy to complete

B) Practical, informative, and not boring.

Learn something new and get your Ethics requirement out of the way.

It's going to be fun - Join me!

Pricing:

Course curriculum

  • 01

    Chapter One - Introduction and Groundwork

    • Chapter One - Introduction and Groundwork

  • 02

    Chapter Two - Email Marketing (CAN-SPAM Act)

    • Chapter Two - Email Marketing (CAN-SPAM Act)

  • 03

    Chapter Three - Email Marketing (The European Union GDPR)

    • Chapter Three - Email Marketing (The European Union GDPR)

  • 04

    Chapter Four - Testimonial Collection

    • Chapter Four - Testimonial Collection

  • 05

    Chapter Five - Examples of Unethical Marketing

    • Chapter Five - Examples of Unethical Marketing

  • 06

    Chapter Six - Creating Effective, Ethical Marketing

    • Chapter Six - Creating Effective Ethical Marketing

  • 07

    How to Get Your NCCAOM PDA Credits

    • How to Get Your NCCAOM Ethics Credits

FAQ

  • Are these NCCAOM credits?

    Yes. This course is worth 2 NCCAOM PDA credits in the Ethics category.

  • Are these Ethics credits California approved?

    No. These are NCCAOM PDA credits only. Please review the requirements for your state to determine if these credits will count towards your recertification.