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Investigating and Reporting Allegations of Misconduct

This four-hour training includes information on abuse prevention, legal definitions of misconduct, elements of a thorough investigation, interviewing skills and misconduct reporting requirements.  The training is intended for individuals responsible for investigating and reporting misconduct in Wisconsin long-term care facilities regulated by the DHS Division of Quality Assurance. Training materials available below include a Facilitator Guide, Participant Guide and PowerPoint presentation. Handouts that support the training are also included.  A 10-minute video depicts an interview of a witness. 

NOTE:  Due to different legal requirements, there are two versions of the training. Version #1 is intended for non-nursing home providers in Wisconsin regulated by DQA. Version #2 is intended for nursing home providers only. This training is based on both federal and state of Wisconsin rules and regulations.

Intended Audience:  Facility Investigators and Reporters

Version #1:  INVESTIGATING AND REPORTING ALLEGATIONS OF MISCONDUCT IN NON-NURSING HOME SETTINGS
This version of the training is designed for non-nursing home providers in Wisconsin, e.g., CBRFs, Adult Family Homes, Home Health Agencies, Personal Care Worker Agencies, Residential Care Apt. Complexes, etc.

Facilitator Guide  Participant Guide  PPT
Handouts:  Misconduct Definitions   Simplified Definitions   Developing an Investigation Process   Flowchart   Worksheet   Misconduct Incident Report
Video:  Interviewing Skills   Video Transcript

Version #2:  INVESTIGATING AND REPORTING ALLEGATIONS OF MISCONDUCT IN NURSING HOMES
This version is designed for nursing home providers only.

Facilitator Guide   Participant Guide   PPT
Handouts:
   Federal Misconduct Definitions   Federal Simplified Definitions   Misconduct Investigation Process   Misconduct Incident Report  Video:  Interviewing Skills   Video Transcript

Permission is granted to reproduce these training materials with proper attribution for internal use within healthcare organizations or government agencies at no cost to the training participants. Other reproduction is prohibited without written permission from UW Oshkosh CCDET. All rights are reserved. For information on reproducing these materials, please contact the Director of UW Oshkosh CCDET at 920-424-3034.

 

 
 
 

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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

 



 

 
 
   

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