Interprofessional Grand Rounds - Scam, Scam and Scammed Again!
From Judith Langhans
Rachel Lakin - Adult Protective Services Administrator, Department of Health and Human Services
Anne Malin, PhD, MSW - Clinical Social Worker, Section of Palliative Medicine, DHMC
Sunny Mulligan Shea - Victim Witness Advocate, Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit, NH Attorney General’s Office
Bryan Townsend - Senior Assistant Attorney General, Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit, NH Attorney General’s Office
There are reports every day in NH of citizens being scammed. Large amounts of money are lost to overseas scams, or to exploitation at the hands of loved ones or trusted individuals. Through case studies, we will present on scams, how cases come to light, what happens when they are reported and the laws we work under including the Mandated Reporting law. Healthcare professionals will learn steps to take and resources available in the healthcare setting.
At the conclusion of this activity, (at least 75% of) participants will be able to discuss this issue of victimization through scamming including an interprofessional approach to patient/victim support.
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