Fraud is an intentional act by one or more individuals involving the use of deception to obtain an unjust or illegal advantage over another (adapted from the International Standards on Auditing 240). Medical doctors have become soft targets for fraud in both their private and professional capacities. This is because doctors rarely have time to investigate the origin of emails and financial documents and generally do not have the support of IT staff to reduce fraud risk arising from the use of technology.
The risk of fraud can never be eliminated but this CPD/CME Course will assist doctors to reduce the risk financial loss, whether due to online scams, credit card fraud, deposits and refunds, identity theft and many other fraudulent activities.
This CPD/CME Course is designed by the expert fraud management team at Investec Bank, in association with the Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) and Medical Practice Consulting (MPC) to assist doctors in the management of fraud risk. This course is applicable to all doctors, whether in public or private practice.
Upon successful completion of this training participants will be able to reduce the risk of fraud in their personal and professional capacities resulting from:
This is an online course. Participants have 3 months to complete the assessment process from date of registration.
All medical doctors.
To qualify for the certificate of completion for this CPD/CME Course, participants should successfully complete the assessment process.
Participants will be assessed by means of a Multiple Choice Questionnaire (MCQ). After completion of the MCQ, an HPCSA-compliant CPD Attendance Certificate is issued immediately. The CPD Certificate will be accessible from the CPD Manager.
This course is only accessible through scholarships.
82 scholarships available for medical doctors registered with the HPCSA only.
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